Erik Vlietinck founded the IT Enquirer in 1999. Erik has been a freelance technology editor and reviewer for over 22 years. He has contributed to trade magazines such as British IT Week, Belgian Datanews, Dutch Publish and MacWorld, British Computer Arts, Dutch Computable and Windows NT Magazine, British New Media Age and many other publications across Europe and the US.
Erik currently is a contributor at US-based Photoshop User and POST Magazine (video-editing). He has written for British Red Shark News and was a Senior Contributor at aNewDomain.net, a deep tech site that brings together the best editors in their field, including former BYTE journalists such as John Dvorak and dr. Jerry Pournelle. In the distant past, Erik was a daily contributor to — now defunct — magazines such as IT Week, Datanews, Computable, Windows NT Magazine and MacWorld Holland.
The IT Enquirer reader — the You part of this page’s title — is a semi-pro or professional user of technology used when publishing or outputting content to online, digital and printed media. The IT Enquirer reader is either a freelance like myself or someone who is working in a small workgroup — either a real one, or one that consists entirely of remotely connected people.
My audience is involved in the creative and management side of publishing texts, music, movies for education or entertainment, interviews, corporate movies, photos and illustrations and more. That’s why the IT Enquirer has been split up in different sections covering “Enterprise” (workgroups), “Photo/Video”, “Audio”, “Printing” and for the OS X enthusiasts (which many creatives are), and OS X section.
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