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Kat Andersson

Marketing Specialist | Probably a Wizard

Kat is the kind of person who can’t sleep 8 hours, cook a complete meal, or run around the block without thinking of some clever phrase, idea, or quip. She’s been creating and writing stories since she was around 6 years old. Since then, she’s evolved from her premiering book, Allie the Bear, to writing the websites, blogs, and social media for clients ranging from New York hotels to Costa Rican Banks to London Chinese Medicine vendors. 

As with many adopted technologists, the tech world snuck up on Kat. Starting in 2016, when she didn’t know the meaning of DevOps to present day, when she still doesn’t know the meaning of DevOps, but is much better at pretending she does, she’s been studying, interviewing, and writing about technology. 

Which brings her to Timbergrove. Since 2020, Kat has been in charge of fitting in as many jokes as Ian will allow her into the website and developing the marketing strategy and content. If it’s in English and sounds good, then Kat probably wrote it. (And yes, she’s currently having a lot of fun writing about herself in the third person.) 

Blogs and articles by Kat Andersson

Existential Crisis: Do We Create Technology for the Wrong Reasons?
Posted on May 24, 2021

“Humanity is acquiring all the right technology for all the wrong reasons.” – R. Buckminster Fuller Why do we create technology? Why do we innovate? What’s the point of constantly pushing ourselves to discover new, faster, more effective, and cheaper …

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The Life-Saving Reasons to Integrate Contactless Check In Kiosks
Posted on May 11, 2021

I’d like to tell you a story about the facility across the street from my house and what it has to do with contactless check ins.  I see funeral vehicles sitting across the street every day. They pull up to …

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Post-Pandemic Technology: 6 Factors as We Get to Work
Posted on March 2, 2021

Post-Pandemic Tech is All the Rage These Days The first year of COVID-19 restrictions was about hunkering down and staying safe. Year 2 is about opening back up again, while still staying as safe as possible. That’s where post-pandemic technology …

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