Paul Thurrott

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Paul Thurrott
Born October 29, 1966 (1966-10-29) (age 48)[1]
Residence Dedham, Massachusetts[2]
Occupation reporter, author, podcaster, editor
Known for Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows
Spouse(s) Stephanie Thurrott[3]

Paul Brian Thurrott (born October 29, 1966)[1] is a technology podcaster, published author, and blogger on his website "SuperSite for Windows" and Windows IT Pro magazine. He regularly writes how-to articles and posts his personal comments, previews, and reviews for beta and completed Microsoft products, such as Windows, Microsoft Surface, Windows 8, Windows Phone, Microsoft Office, and other products.

Podcasting[edit]

Although Paul has never worked for Microsoft, Google, Apple, nor participated in the strategy or development of any of their products, he is the host of Windows Weekly with co-hosts Leo Laporte and journalist Mary Jo Foley, a podcast focusing on weekly non-expert commentary about news of Microsoft, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, and other Microsoft and computing related topics. Windows Weekly attracts approximately 80,000 downloads for each episode.

In 2011, Thurrott also became a regular contributor to the GFQ Network, and co-host of What The Tech along with co-host and GFQ Network founder, Andrew Zarian.

List of works[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Spencer (2006-10-29). "Happy 40th, Paul Thurrott!". AeroXperience. Retrieved 2006-01-16. 
  2. ^ Paul Thurrott. wiki.twit.tv.
  3. ^ Thurrott, Paul (September 10, 2009). "Quick Take: Ford SYNC by Microsoft". winsupersite.com. 

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