Liam Kivirist is a writer and the editor for TechSocket.net. TechSocket examines the power of tech to augment and enhance our lives. From product reviews capturing the latest tech trends to product back-stories, TechSocket is the place to plug into tomorrow’s technology, today. TechSocket covers trends from virtual and augmented reality to PC hardware. 

Liam Kivirist is a writer and the editor for TechSocket.net. TechSocket examines the power of tech to augment and enhance our lives. From product reviews capturing the latest tech trends to product back-stories,  TechSocket is the place to plug into tomorrow’s technology, today. TechSocket covers trends from virtual and augmented reality to PC hardware. 

Liam Kivirist works with Flying Colors Drone Videography + Photography to deliver professional, high quality photos and videos captured with a drone, on time and on budget. Liam's talent for editing video and photos are matched by his ability piloting a drone to capture the best shots.

From capturing stunning aerial images of landscapes and real estate listings to unique perspectives of events, celebrations or everyday life, Flying Colors Drone Videography + Photography creates impactful images, designed to fit clients' needs.

At the age of 16, Liam Kivirist developed a prototype for Virtual Reality Colossal Chess. A computer game bringing classic chess to the 21st Century by blending the timeless game play of chess with the innovative and immersive technology of virtual reality, or VR, to create a forward looking evolution of the 1,500 year old masterpiece.

Liam developed the Virtual Reality Colossal Chess prototype in Unity 5 with the SteamVR SDK (software development kit) and custom C# code. Liam plans to continue development and bring the final game to a digital storefront near you in the future.

Liam has hands on experience with server system administration and networking. He actively runs and maintains a home lab equipped with a Dell PowerEdge T110 II. His experience is focused around virtualization, specifically the VMware vSphere hypervisor (version 6.0).

Liam has had experience installing, configurating and maintaining server installations with functions ranging from SMB file sharing to OpenVPN virtual private networks.

Liam has contributed both print and online articles for Mother Earth News that blend his passion for technology with his love for hiking, camping and nature. Liam's articles range from Technology for Disaster Preparedness to Natural Toys and Games for Safe and Non-toxic Holidays. Liam spotlights technologies and products that can have a positive impact on the planet and homesteading lifestyle.

Apples, pears, berries and more!  Every community has an untapped abundance to provide to the hungry.  Harvest Ninja connects these dots by gathering a group of "harvest ninjas" to pick local produce.  Liam  Kivirist founded Harvest Ninja in 2012, reaching out to families in his rural Green County, Wisconsin, community to join him.  The produce gathered is then donated to the Loaves & Fishes Community Meal, a monthly free meal for the hungry and for those in need of companionship.  To date, Harvest Ninja have harvested over 3,000 pounds of produce.

The In Her Boots Podcast celebrates the collaborative spirit of women farmers, as audio engineer for the podcast, Liam Kivirist helps this celebration come to life. Recording, mixing and editing the first season of 25+ unique episodes that share ideas and inspiration and championing women farmers cultivating the sustainable and organic agriculture movement.

 

Whether you’re a woman with a dream of starting your own farm or already have your hands deep in the soil, there’s something for you to enjoy.

Liam Kivirist has been a freelance writer for Innovation & Tech Today magazine for more than three years, covering the edge of tech trends and news. His contributions range in size from mini-bite news topics to features on disruptive technologies. Liam's articles are spread across virtual and augmented reality, eSports, audio and the CES. He's covered topics like virtual reality and Pokemon GO in their infancy, giving readers insight on products months before they shake the market.

Apples, pears, berries and more!  Every community has an untapped abundance to provide to the hungry.  Harvest Ninja connects these dots by gathering a group of "harvest ninjas" to pick local produce.  Liam  Kivirist founded Harvest Ninja in 2012, reaching out to families in his rural Green County, Wisconsin, community to join him.  The produce gathered is then donated to the Loaves & Fishes Community Meal, a monthly free meal for the hungry and for those in need of companionship.  To date, Harvest Ninja have harvested over 3,000 pounds of produce.

Liam Kivirist is a proud member of and Life Scout in his local Boy Scout Troop 180.   In addition to working toward reaching Eagle Scout, Liam created and maintains the Troop 180 website.  The website features a calender of upcoming events and meetings, rooster, photos and additional information about the troop.

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