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Ned Snell has been making technology make sense since 1986, when he began writing beginner's documentation for one of the world's largest software companies. After writing manuals and training materials for several major companies, he switched sides and became a computer journalist, serving as writer and eventually as an editor for two national magazines, Edge and Art & Design News.
A freelance writer since 1991, Snell has written 18 computer books (and co-authored four more) and hundreds of articles and served as Reviews Editor for Inside Technology Training magazine. Between books, Snell works as a professional actor in regional theater, commercials, and industrial films.