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Ariella Brown

As a technology writer, Ariella Brown has covered 3-D printing, analytics, big data, bitcoin, cloud computing, green technology, marketing and social media. She holds a Ph.D. in English and taught college level writing before becoming a full-time writer, editor, and social media consultant. Her best social media outlet of choice is Google+. Links to her portfolio, blogs, favorite quotes, and photos can be found at writewaypro.net.
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    - USPS spokesperson Susan Brennan, in a 2001 Wired article.