Hey there! I’m Vance, the brain behind Pointer Clicker. After spending countless hours tangled in tech challenges, I decided it was time to create a beacon for folks like you and me. So, Pointer Clicker was born – a labor of love and a tribute to my relentless passion for technology.
Whether you’re grappling with a TV setting, scratching your head over Wi-Fi, or trying to get the best out of your projector, I’ve got your back. I’ve rallied a dream team that’s as tech-obsessed as I am. Together, we’re committed to bringing you the latest, the greatest, and the most reliable advice out there.
Thanks for dropping by. Remember, every time you hit a tech snag, Pointer Clicker is here to help. Your trust fuels our passion. Let’s journey through the tech world together!
Meet Vance. He’s a proud dad, a seasoned Electronics Engineer, and an avid tech lover. His proficiency in electronics and troubleshooting skills were instrumental in crafting Pointer Clicker. Vance is passionate about simplifying tech for those who aren’t well-versed in it.
Hai Huynh, an Electrical & Electronics Engineering graduate from Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, is a passionate technical editor. He discovered his love for technology when he started playing Pokemon on a Gameboy as a child. Now, he writes and edits technical articles, focusing on smart TVs and streaming devices, to help readers solve problems.
Duy Anh is a seasoned technical editor specializing in helping readers troubleshoot TV, projector, and Wi-Fi issues. He’s always been drawn to logical problem-solving. His ability to approach matters from various angles with a neutral mindset enhances his technical expertise.
Having been an avid Pin saver for years, Linh Huynh transitioned into an emerging Pin maker. With her deep familiarity with Pinterest’s visual wonders, she crafts pins and pens articles, all enriched by her ‘Pin there, done that’ insight—inviting you to click and save. Away from Pinterest, Linh jumps between hobbies, from learning languages to discovering hidden gems in the city.
Huy ‘Anyxel’ Pham is a Pinterest marketer and writer. He’s curious about how the human mind works and how people grow mentally. These interests shape his writing, making it useful and valuable. When he’s not working, Huy enjoys the peace he finds at his favorite Buddhist temple or while reading a good book.
“Hi there, Jake here.” Being a video producer and a video-addict for years has truly immersed him in the world of AV tech. His vision is to make tech domains into hubs of user-friendly and edutaining content. His routine is simple: Purely YouTube! Video-making by day, and video-watching by night (or reverse).
Yesenia Achlim is a technical copywriter and editor with a focus on AV equipment. She aims to break down complicated topics and make technology accessible, no matter your technical expertise. When she’s not teaching you how to replace a projector lamp, you can find her reading and baking.
Catherine Tramell has been covering technology as a freelance writer for over a decade. She has been writing for Pointer Clicker for over a year, further expanding her expertise as a tech columnist. Catherine likes spending time with her family and friends and her pastimes are reading books and news articles.
Gabriella ‘Diogo is a technical writer with a vested interest in tech hardware and equipment. She shares her knowledge and processes in an easy-to-grasp, lighthearted style. When she’s not testing or researching device performance, you’ll find her writing short stories or rewatching episodes of her favorite sitcoms.
Jon Huber is an editor and technical writer who has been a freelancer since 2020. Since the beginning of his writing career, he has consistently written online articles in the tech, sports, and recreation genres. Recently, he has concentrated on scriptwriting for cartoons and puppet shows.
James Quintanilla is a technical copywriter. Although his experience allows him to write on many topics, he loves to focus on tech and travel. As a freelancer, James has worked on projects with Pointer Clicker, Lonely Planet, and the Travel Channel. When he’s not writing or planning his next adventure, he’s watching a scary movie.