David McRaney is a journalist who loves psychology, technology and the Internet.
Before going to college, he tried waiting tables, working construction, selling leather coats, building and installing electrical control panels, and owning pet stores.
As a journalist, McRaney cut his teeth covering Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast and in the Pine Belt for several newspapers. Since then he has been a beat reporter, an editor, a photographer and everything in between.
He is now employed as director of new media for a broadcast television company where he also produced a television show focusing on the music of the Deep South.
He is married to Amanda McRaney, and they live in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.