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Editor Glenn Fleishman: Glenn writes about the effects of wireless networks on society and business as a regular contributor to The Seattle Times (Macintosh columnist), The Economist, Popular Science, Ars Technica, TidBITS, and Macworld magazine, among others. He has written several books, including The Wireless Networking Starter Kit and Take Control of Your 802.11n AirPort Network.
Glenn has a degree in graphic design from Yale University, but has pursued technology since 1979, when his parents bought him an OSI C1P 6502-processor-based computer while he was in junior high. Despite forays into other endeavors, his interests remain technology-based, now focused on the implications of technology - specific and general - on individuals and society. And really cool toys.
Associate Editor Nancy Gohring: Nancy Gohring has been writing about the wireless industry since the mid-90s when the cellular market first opened to competition. She served as wireless beat reporter for Telephony and later for Interactive Week, covering cellular industry events around the globe. From 2003 to 2004, Nancy contributed to this site as well as The New York Times, The Seattle Times, InfoWorld, Network World, and Wireless Week, among others. Her stories examine the business model behind public Wi-Fi networks as well as the value and technical challenges of WLANs in enterprises.
In 2005, Nancy became a full-time staff reporter for IDG News Service where you will find her present writing.