USA Today Launches Demystifying Digital Online

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USA Today has launched the Demystifying Digital website, taking off from their newspaper supplement with the same title.

The website is designed as an easy-to-use destination for those individuals looking to learn and make sense of today’s technology. Its editorial mission, according to its creators, is to talk about the latest digital technology in an easy-to-understand manner, so consumers can take advantage of the world of digital.

It caters to different audiences all at once, with blog titles such as Run Around Moms, Tech Confused Dads, Digital Grandparent, Biz Fast Trackers and Born Digital, reflecting the many levels of digital users that they want to reach.

There are also Do-It-Yourself tutorials and product primers to tell you what you should know before buying a digital gadget.


Chris Malinao

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Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

One thought on “USA Today Launches Demystifying Digital Online

  1. Jerry


    A quick comment on the DemystfyingDigital website – it’s not a USA Today website – it’s an independent website created by Jerry Grossman, former VP of Marketing for Nikon and Editor of PHoto Industry Reporter. We saw a need for people to have a destination to better understand everything digital – from photography to wireless to printers to home theater – we hope it’s helpful. The print supplement, Demystifying Digital, appears in USA Today four times per year, and is also an independent publication. Just wanted to clear it up – thanks,