- Network WorldEditor in Chief, present
- ComputerworldSenior Editor, Communications
- IDCNewsletter Editor
Long time follower of all things networking, having joined IDC in 1980 to write about developments in distributed processing, then shifting over to Computerworld in 1884 to chronicle new developments in LAN and WAN technologies, and then helping launch sister publication Network World in 1986 where I've been ever since.
As Editor in Chief of Network World I'm responsible for setting the strategic direction of our website, www.networkworld.com, but also enjoy learning about new companies and new technologies.
Outside of work I'm an avid woodworker, building everything from garages and sheds to cabinets and furniture.
- New England CollegeEnglish/Communications, 1975 - 1979
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