After being a newspaper reporter, anthropology grad student and software industry tech writer, I wrote a second master's thesis -- about hypertext -- in 1987-88, then freelanced for computer magazines, was asked to beta test the Windows Mosaic Web browser, and went back to grad school in 1994, primarily to get a higher-speed net connection. (And, of course, realizing the Web would have a major impact on news media and communication.) I completed a PhD in mass communication and have been teaching Web-related things (and journalism) full-time since 1999. Along the way, I became especially interested in digital archives and media history. See http://jheroes.com
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