Kipp Burroughs is a writer for How-To-Geek.
Kipp has been a builder all his life. Owing to the influence of his older brother, he seeks to understand the systems that define the technological world around him.
Kipp has worked extensively with broadcast news production and print journalism. This professional experience has made him an expert in all areas of content production from filming, recording, editing, CGI and mastering. An audio production enthusiast, he is also well-versed in sound design and synthesis.
Kipp has always been the Mr. Fix-It among his colleagues and this isn't just limited to handiwork. He has become a skilled computer technician and tech troubleshooter with an enthusiasm that borders on obsession.
Most recently, Kipp has engulfed himself in the area of home automation and IoT technology. He retrofitted his entire pre-1900 apartment to be fully IP integrated. He is very excited about this burgeoning area of technology and seeks to share that excitement with his readers.
Kipp holds a Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism from DePaul University from DePaul University in Chicago.
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