In the last three years, Technonerds has achieved over a million page visits and has maintained over 5000 Facebook page likes. As a blogger, these numbers encourage me to write better content more frequently.
However, I see a massive potential for growth. I started Technonerds with a singular aim: to share my ideas and experiences with technology with my friends and the public. Technonerds 3.0 seeks to streamline this process.
#1: The new design
Technonerds’s older design relied on a simple blog theme that emphasized on blog posts. While this made new posts immediately available to read, the theme lacked visual appeal and the organization required for the 300+ posts I’ve written. Technonerds 3.0 has a new theme that works better on mobile devices, improves audience interaction, streamlines fonts and colors and improves website performance.
The new Technonerds logo is inspired by MIT Media Labs’ logo. The MIT Media Lab’s logo has thousands of permutations and combinations. This flexibility allows for creating diverse uses for the logo. In Technonerds' new logo, the 3x3 grid of squares performs the same task - to maintain the original identity of the blog while creating unique identities for each of the categories.
The new website design also makes place for polls, so that you - the readers - can share your opinions on trending topics. I will host polls weekly, and I will release their results when the poll ends. Making audience polls helps me interact with you, and hear about your opinions.
#2: The refocusing of the blog
Technonerds started off as a technology blog, and it will continue to be that. I will be focusing all my future blog posts into three core categories I have been passionate about: artificial intelligence, startups and product reviews. I aim to write more detailed, in-depth articles for my audience. Rather than being redundant by posting about every new tech release, I will share my own opinions about the products I own and the innovations I am inspired by. Technonerds is not a media company, and I hope to maintain that status.
Why these three topics?
Artificial Intelligence is the domain of computer science that I am most interested in studying. As a blogger and CS student, I am constantly on the lookout for emerging AI technology that I can be a part of in the future. Technonerds will be the perfect platform for me to share about this.
Startups are always developing innovative solutions for real-life problems, be it big or small. As I begin to involve myself in the startup ecosystem in Vancouver, I hope to write about my discoveries and dig deep into the ideation process that goes behind their creation.
Product reviews have always been a part of Technonerds. I will continue to post my opinions about the products I buy.
All that said, I am looking forward to hearing from you. If you have interesting posts related to AI and startups, or if you want to send me a product to review, please contact me via email or message me on the Facebook page. I am also open to collaborations.
Finally, thank you for making writing for Technonerds a rewarding experience. I write for you readers, and I value the time you spend on this website. Keep Technonerding!
Creator & Editor
Elon Musk is starting a new company (again), and this time it is a biotechnology startup: specifically, to making a computer chip that can be embedded in a human brain.
NextEV, a Chinese startup, first debut the NIO brand last year when they announced the most powerful electric supercar, the EV9. Now, the SXSW 2107 in Austin, Texas, the company unveiled its Eve concept. Eve should debut in 2020 as a luxury vehicle in the US market.
Right away, you notice the futuristic looks of this car, but it isn’t anything surprisingly new. Faraday Future’s FF91, BMW’s i8 and (another Silicon Valley startup) Lucid’s Air carry a similar design. Eve is designed to maximize comfort; it is aimed at the commuters of 2020 who want complete autonomy of their car while being able to relax or work on the road.