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About the Author

Biz Stone is a designer and writer with a keen interest in personal publishing. Upon discovering the blog format in 1999, Biz embraced it and went to work cultivating the medium first as a creative consultant to various blog providers and associated projects—such as Xanga.com, Blogger.com, WebCrimson.com, BlogBuddy, and others—and then as a freelance writer promoting the growing blog phenomenon. For daily updates and more about Biz, check out his blog, bizstone.com.


About the Technical Reviewers

These reviewers contributed their considerable hands-on expertise to the entire development process for Blogging: Genius Strategies for Instant Web Content. As the book was being written, these dedicated professionals reviewed all the material for technical content, organization, and flow. Their feedback was critical to ensuring that Blogging: Genius Strategies for Instant Web Content fits our readers’ need for the highest-quality technical information.

Monsur Hossain graduated from the University of Illinois in 1998, after which he programmed warehouse and website software for Amazon.com. He is currently a programmer for the blog community Xanga.com and the web content management system WebCrimson.com. His latest endeavor is Bloglet.com, an email subscription service for blogs. In his free time, Monsur enjoys catching up on the newest music and movies, banging on his guitar, challenging his roommate to chess, and just reading a good book. Monsur resides in New York City and keeps his own blog at www.monsur.org/; he can be reached by email at monsur@bloglet.com.


Matthew Langham was born in England but has been living in Germany since 1976. He has been working in the IT business since the mid-1980s. Matthew wrote his first book on the Internet in 1993 and has since published several articles on the Net and related themes. His last claim to fame was co-authoring a New Riders book on the open-source project, Cocoon: Building XML Applications (2002, ISBN: 0735712352). He currently leads the open-source group at S&N AG, a software company in Paderborn, Germany. Matthew is particularly interested in the corporate use of weblogging for knowledge management and communications. He also thinks Biz “rocks Natick.”


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