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About the Author

Bruce Miller has been involved with technology since the mid 1980's and has been helping friends and associates along the way.

For 12 years of more than 20 years of writing, he was a contributing editor of Puget Sound Computer User Magazine and contributor to national publications. He also spent 14 years as the IT person for a national trade association.

He's provided automation consulting and programming to law firms and designed and programmed relational database systems for various organizations.

He's an avid consumer of international news, conceiving and directly implementing a private streaming audio system of international news channels from satellites.

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