About

A quintessential lifestyle publication for the modern father, DadLife delivers a delightful collection of curated content from the various corners of life—destination, transportation, gear, household, and leisure. We highlight luxury and other high-quality products and experiences that dads enjoy or may find of interest.

Initially launched in 2004 as a digital lifestyle magazine named dlmag, our publication has expanded and refocused throughout the years but has always sought to find and share inspiration.

The Editorial Team

Vincent Nguyen – Editor-in-Chief

Vincent Nguyen’s career, which initially took root in pre-med biochemistry, flourished in the tech consulting sector, where he contributed significantly to industry behemoths like Andersen Consulting, Sprint, DHL, and IBM. Over a decade, he made his mark in this field before pivoting to explore the captivating intersection of technology and automotive.

Guiding an expert team of editors for the past twenty years, Vincent has journeyed through over 30 unique nations and accumulated an astonishing three million air miles. This unrelenting quest for innovation has always aimed at unearthing the next groundbreaking shift in technology.

Today, Vincent’s focus is on the fascinating new world of Artificial Intelligence (AI). He sees AI as the key to unlocking the next major advancements in technology and the automotive industry. His excitement about exploring AI-enhanced supercars, autonomous vehicles, or data-driven prototypes is infectious. He is enthusiastic about being part of this transformative era and sharing it with everyone.

Vincent’s skills extend to reviewing the nuts and bolts of tomorrow’s everyday cars, studying high-end luxury sedans, and testing supercars on world-renowned racetracks like Pikes Peak, Daytona, and Le Mans. His insights come from hands-on experience with sophisticated data technologies and a continuous exploration of AI. His knowledge spans from supercars to everyday gadgets, and he has an inherent curiosity for innovative prototypes.

Despite his vast knowledge, Vincent regards himself as a constant student in the ever-evolving landscape of the industry. His passion lies in understanding how the future of AI can transform our daily lives, and he is eager to demystify these exciting developments for everyone. His inclusive approach aims to bring the complex world of AI and automotive technology closer to the everyday individual.

As the guy steering the ship at DadLife Magazine, Vincent’s real pride and joy stems from being a dad to his two amazing girls. They fill his days with laughter and constantly surprise him with their endless curiosity. They’re the heart of his world, and each day is about loving, supporting, and always being there for them. From attending middle-school theatre productions to cheering at tennis matches and embarking on family vacations, every moment with them is priceless. He says, “Sticking by their side, through the highs and the lows, isn’t just what I do—it’s who I am. That’s the essence of DadLife. Being their dad opens my eyes to new perspectives all the time, often in the simplest moments we share. My girls are my everything, guiding me every day, and they’re the real inspiration behind all that we discuss in DadLife.”

On X: @nguyen / threads.net & IG: @vincentnguyen

Paul Michael Garrison – Managing Editor

With a background in website management and print publishing, Paul Michael Garrison brings roughly two decades of editorial experience to DadLife Magazine. His love of words and eye for detail has carried him from work as an assistant webmaster to project editor and on to professional content creation across various fields. Throughout, he’s nurtured his passion for creative writing and drama on the side. In addition to numerous articles, websites, and other nonfiction, he’s published two novels and a handful of short stories. He also teaches the occasional creative writing course and regularly participates in local theater.

The Management Team

Ewdison Then – Publisher

Ewdison Then is the co-publisher of DadLife and Yanko Design. He has been covering the consumer technology industry for almost two decades. He is an open-source advocate/developer and was involved with many popular open-source projects such as Fedora Linux, Blue Linux, and FoxServ server stack. Before co-founding dlmag, DadLife’s predecessor, Ewdison co-founded SlashGear, one of the world’s leading technology, science, and automotive publications.

Brian Kolb – Partner & Chief Revenue Officer

Brian Kolb is DadLife’s Chief Revenue Officer and leads the charge in licensing and brand development. He is enthusiastic about delivering results, increasing revenue and spreading brand awareness for clients across a number of sectors. He specializes in content licensing through the publishing industry and in developing relationships that improve the bottom line of all involved. And on the family front, he’s the proud dad of two adult daughters with one granddaughter as well.