So we hired Michael Fisher. Maybe you've heard of him. And while hiring is probably the hardest part of running any sort of organization, I can honestly say that without question he's is one of those people I'd sign on without any sort of hesitation. Do it. And so we did.
Turns out, though, that we had something different in mind for our special snowflake. Something that plays not just to Mr. Fisher's strengths, but ticks off some of the boxes that we're still working to fill. It's exciting as hell.
And dude's gonna do it everywhere. Hit up all these links ASAP.
So welcome, Mr. Mobile. While he's not directly working on Android Central, or iMore, or Windows Central, or any of our other sites, our paths most certainly will cross on occasion. Let's just hope he forgets about that little water joke.
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