…glad you Googled my name.
I assume that you’ve come here seeking a little information on one Jeffrey L. Wilson. Unfortunately, there are a lot of Jeffrey L. Wilsons on the Web, so I hope that I can help you learn about this one.
Let’s start from the top: I write about PC, Mac, and mobile software. Video games and comic books, too. I’m currently a Senior Software Analyst at PCMag and an aspiring comic book writer. I’ve covered E3, New York Comic Con, Special Edition: NYC, PAX East, and other nerd-events because, well, we’re a collection of big ol’ geeks.
I was a geek before I recognized that I was a geek. I built model airplanes, robots, and even attempted to construct a rudimentary computer from a metal Band-Aid case and rubber bands. Hey, I was six years old and didn’t have a functional understanding of technology. According to the lovely, wise internet denizens, I still don’t.
Still, my love for all things shiny and digital–despite such obvious technological shortcomings–lead to jobs penning gadget- and video game-related nerd-copy for 1UP, E-Gear, Game Theory with Scott Steinberg, Laptop, LifeStyler, Parenting, PC Magazine, Sync, Wise Bread, and WWE. I’ve also appeared on NTN24 TV (Colombia) to discuss E3, console games, and mobile games. I’ve sat on and created panels at New York Comic Con and PAX East.
When I’m not nerding out, you can find me at a bar sampling foreign beers, listening to music, or on social networks doing social networky things. Okay, that last one’s a little nerdy.
I’m a Brooklyn College graduate with a B.A. in English Literature. But I wasn’t cool enough to play the steps in front of Boylan Hall.