Michael Luciano
Associate Editor

Originally from Eastchester, New York, Michael graduated from Buffalo State College in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Literary English, and has been writing professionally since 2009. Prior to joining WDD, Michael spent several years working in the insurance industry, and has written for several hockey websites including Hendricks Hockey, The Hockey Guys, and is currently a writer and editor at Devils Army Blog. His work has been featured on many affluent independent hockey websites, such as Hockey Buzz and CBS Sportsline, and has been exposed to large audiences over the years. Outside of WDD, hockey, and writing, Michael enjoys outdoor recreations like fishing, hiking, and camping during his spare time.

Although the discovery was made roughly a year ago, it’s a dire flaw in cybersecurity that doesn’t have the degree of awareness it deserves. Bastille Networks...
2.21.2017
5:01pm
Every year, over 260 million tons of plastic are produced throughout the world with a good amount being discarded in our oceans, forests, and other...
2.21.2017
11:02am
The obesity epidemic in the United States is still very much alive, with more than two-thirds of American adults considered to be overweight or obese. It’s...
2.17.2017
4:55pm
Radar has come a long way since its inception over 80 years ago. While we’re able to utilize this unique tracking technology in all terrains of land, sky, and...
2.17.2017
4:06pm
I recently wrote an article about the shortcomings of current wireless charging devices, which covered the various inconveniences these platforms have on their...
2.17.2017
12:16pm
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Global Positioning Systems (GPS) have revolutionized the once-perilous labor of navigating great distances, or reaching destinations you’ve never been to...
2.16.2017
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Nearly 20 percent of money spent in the United States economy is on healthcare, with over $3 trillion going towards research and expenses in 2015 alone. While...
2.16.2017
3:51pm
Every year in the United States, over 100,000 wildfires scorch 4-5 million acres of land. While they’re technically impossible to predict and prevent, there...
2.16.2017
9:37am
Concerns about public weapons safety and has been a rising concern in the United States in recent years. With the rash of shootings and other terroristic...
2.15.2017
2:52pm
It’s a known fact that wireless technology plays a big part on the communicative side of the NFL, and has for a very long time. While teams have experimented...
2.15.2017
12:09pm
Researchers estimate about four billion people throughout the world are (or will soon be) faced with shortages of fresh water. Contributing factors like...
2.15.2017
9:06am
Every year in the United States, over 30,000 people die in traffic incidents with millions more seriously injured. There were 38,300 traffic-related deaths and...
2.14.2017
4:23pm
Many say the future is already here, with the introduction of driverless cars appearing on roadways and unmanned aviation crafts soaring through the skies. It...
2.13.2017
3:38pm
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Taking wireless technology by storm, wireless charging devices are inevitably becoming the conventional norm in the not-too-distant future. Unlike conventional...
2.13.2017
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While they’ve been around for years, drone technology is still relatively new to the general public, and isn’t close to being perfected. Drones aren’t too...
2.13.2017
11:26am
Scientists have spent years researching and discovering new worlds beyond our Solar System. In 2016, a new planet was discovered revolving around Proxima...
2.10.2017
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In their ongoing effort to find a fast and efficient way to put astronauts on Mars, scientists at NASA’s Eagleworks Laboratories have made a significant...
2.10.2017
9:33am
The Chicago-based company Jiobit succeeded in raising more than $3 million, which will go towards the production and monitoring services of their newest...
2.9.2017
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Rossignol, a manufacturer of sporting goods like skis, snowboards, and other recreational gear have collaborated with PIQ, a renowned tech company to announce...
2.8.2017
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A supply ship deployed by the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) burned in the Earth’s atmosphere during its descent from an unsuccessful mission....
2.8.2017
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The art of origami has been a longstanding tradition of Japanese culture for thousands of years. At first glance, it might seem inconceivable that this ancient...
2.7.2017
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