|Maxim Vitalyevich Kononenko|
Максим Витальевич Кононенко
|Born||13 March 1971|
Apatity, Russian SFSR
Maksim Kononenko (Russian: Максим Кононенко; born 13 March 1971 in Apatity, Russian SFSR) is a Russian journalist, writer, TV show host, and political activist, computer programmer and blogger. Known on the Internet as "Mr. Parker", he is famous for his blog http://vladimir.vladimirovich.ru, which contains humorous fake stories from the life of Vladimir Putin.
Kononenko is a member of the council of the party Civilian Power.
Kononenko was born in Apatity, USSR. One of the pioneers of Russian Internet, he is known under the nickname Mr. Parker. He graduated from Moscow State Institute of Radio-engineering Electronics and Automation and also studied at Maxim Gorky Literature Institute. He has authored or participated in countless Internet projects. For nearly ten years, he worked as the leading programmer in ParallelGraphics.
He worked as editor-in-chief of a major Internet news website Dni.ru until 2009. He now works as editor-in-chief of Bourgeois Journal and political newspaper Re:Action.
- "Teneta" literary award (1st prize, 1995)
- Computer programmer of the year and Person of the year ("Rotor", 2000)
- Internet writer of the year (2003, 2004)ur
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