John F. McMullen
MucMullen has a wealth of experience in both technology and in writing for publication. He has worked as a programmer, analyst, manager and director of data processing (what would now be called “CIO”) for two large investment firms. He has also worked as the officer of a consulting and services firm, has co-owned his own consulting firm and worked as a college professor of information systems.
In the writing area, McMullen has been a contributing editor for Computer Shopper, Computers & Electronics, HyperAge and Computer Living – New York. His writing has also appeared in the Chicago Tribune, PC Magazine, InfoWorld, the National Review, Lear’s and MicroTimes. McMullen was the co-author of one of the first books on microcomputer communications (“MicroComputer Communications – A Window on The World” – John Wiley, 1983) and a contributor (with Esther Dyson, Steve Wozniak, William F. Buckley, Henny Youngman, Ray Bradbury, Les Solomon and many others) to “Digital Deli,” an anthology that was well ahead of its time.
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