Meet the team
Editor As the owner of an ageing iMac, Matt’s been most interested in the Surface Studio (p102) this issue. At least, until he dropped the Surface Dial on it, and we took it away from him.
Sen ior Art editor Jo got some new gesturecontrolled headphones, so now everyone’s distracted by the occasional flailing arm during the day. But they sound good, so she says this is firmly “your problem.”
Ope rat ions editor Andy’s been pulled in by our 4K HDR projectors State of the Art test (p92). He also works for our pals on Total
Film, so has tried to make the case for expensing one. It’s not going very well.
DEPUTY Editor Nick spent a week on our epic challenge of making it from Land’s End to John O’Groats (p76) in an electric car, then another week recovering from eating that many roadside café sarnies.
ART editor Michelle ran our photo shoots for the 101 Gadgets feature, which has meant a lot of heavy lifting. She has requested we feature some kind of forklift in all similar future lists.
Editor, t3.com We had our judging day for the T3 Awards this month (p86), which Dan bravely led, trying to wrangle the conflicting opinions of nine tech journos into a coherent whole. No mean feat…
Ass ociate Editor Claire’s epic challenge of her own this issue was putting together our 101 Gadgets You Can’t Live Without list (p46). How epic? Her original long-list had nearly 400 products on it…
Product ion editor Kimberley’s been loving the PS4 remake of Crash Bandicoot. If we’re bringing back stuff from that era, she’d also like more Buffy, Empire Records and Jagged Little Pill, thanks.
Lifestyle Editor, t3.com Duncan’s been preparing for a trip to the 158,000m2 IFA tech show in Berlin by ramping up his fitness and learning the compound German word for ‘I haven’t seen sunlight in two days.’