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Bill Calder is executive editor of Intel Free Press. Prior to joining Intel in 1994, he served as press secretary to Sen. Mark Hatfield in Washington, D.C., and before that he served as a regional correspondent for The Oregonian and a freelancer for the Eugene Register-Guard. Follow Bill on Twitter @billcalder.
Benjamin Tomkins is managing editor of Intel Free Press. Previously he was managing editor of InformationWeek.com and editor-in-chief of InformationWeek SMB. He also served as program manager for AOL’s Netscape Netbusiness and edited technology books for Wiley’s Sybex imprint. Follow Benjamin on Twitter @benjamintomkins.
David Dickstein is a staff writer for Intel Free Press who’s been with Intel since 1999. His background includes writing for major daily newspapers in Southern California and serving as president of the Orange County Press Club and on the national board of the Society of Professional Journalists. In addition to his day job, David is a freelance entertainment and travel writer for a variety of California publications. Follow David on Twitter @rallymonkey.
Ken Kaplan is a staff writer and multi-media producer for Intel Free Press who’s been with Intel since 2000. Prior to Intel, he was publicist at KRON-TV from 1992-2000. He has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and philosophy from California State University, Chico. Follow Ken on Twitter @kenekaplan.
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