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Philip Elmer-DeWitt

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Philip Elmer-DeWitt (born September 8, 1949) is an American writer and editor. He was Time first computer writer—producing much of the magazine's early coverage of personal computers and the Internet—and for 12 years its science editor. He is currently writing a daily blog about Apple Inc. called Apple 3.0. Background Elmer-DeWitt was born in Boston and raised in the Six Moon Hill neighborhood of Lexington, Massachusetts. He graduated from Oberlin College and studied English literature at the University of California, Berkeley and journalism at Columbia University. He worked as a computer programmer and technical writer for Bolt Beranek and Newman in the late '60s, wrote mathematical games for McGraw-Hill in the early 1970s and copy-edited textbooks and scientific monographs for Academic Press in the late '70s. Career highlights In 1978, writing as a freelance under the byline Philip Faflick in the Village Voice, Elmer-DeWitt published the first interview with Jea
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