Glenn Fleishman

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Glenn Fleishman

Glenn Fleishman is an American freelance journalist and owner/editor of The Magazine.[1] Fleishman founded one of the earliest Web development firms, Point of Presence Company, worked at Amazon.com from 1996 to 1997, and runs isbn.nu, a book price comparison service. He edited Wi-Fi Networking News, a widely cited early news blog covering wireless data networking. He is the host of his own podcast, The New Disruptors, and a regular panelist on The Incomparable podcast.

Fleishman has a degree in art (graphic design) from Yale College, Yale University (1990), and attended the Yale Summer Program in Graphic Design in Brissago, Ticino, Switzerland, in 1989.

Fleishman has written for Wired, Fortune, Popular Science, The New York Times, and PCWorld, and contributes regularly to The Economist, The Seattle Times, Macworld, and TidBITS. He was a regular columnist at The Seattle Times for over a decade, from 2000 until 2013.[2]

In July 2012, Fleishman participated in and reported the photo shoot at the conclusion of The Oatmeal '​s Operation BearLove Good, Cancer Bad.[3][4]

In October 2012 Fleishman participated in Jeopardy! and won twice.[5][6]

Fleishman has also worked extensively as a typesetter and a graphic designer among other professions.[7][8] He lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife and two children.[9]

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