A Swedish-American technologist, front-end web developer and writer, Nic cares a lot about technology and education.
Nic has taught English, graphic design, web design, and computer skills at K12 and university levels, and believes an understanding of how technology affects and intersects with society is crucial for citizens to possess in the 21st century.
Nic grew up in Skövde, Sweden, where he learned at a tender age he does not enjoy the cold and dark, so he moved to America and earned a degree in mass communication at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
During his time at the university he met his wife, the Mac and the Internet. A good use of his time, he’d say.
After that, Nic earned his master’s degree at Arizona State University. He has lived in Phoenix, Arizona since then, and became a naturalized US citizen in 2006.
Nic spends his time with his family, fiddling with technology, voraciously reading, writing, and grilling on his beloved Kamado grill.
He has blogged for your entertainment since 2003 at The Core Dump.
He also hosts a Swedish-language podcast that attempts to explain America, called Amerikapodden.
Nic builds, maintains and updates websites for the Cronkite School of Journalism and Arizona PBS, and helps people use technology.
He helped build Voting Wars, Weed Rush, Cronkite News and other sites.
Nic is good at WordPress, static site building, system administration, SEO, writing, teaching, public speaking, and graphic design. He can usually figure things out pretty quickly.
The best way to reach Nic is to send him an email at [email protected]. You can also find him on Mastodon as niclindh and very reluctantly on LinkedIn.
Let’s be excellent to each other!