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He is an adjunct professor at Washington University in St. Louis and Webster University. He teaches courses on technology, security, web development, and the internet. He is also a Principal of Websanity where he is responsible for planning and developing websites for clients in 12 different states.
Granneman has worked with schools and teachers to help them apply the power of technology, especially the Internet, the World Wide Web, and Intranet systems, by integrating these new technologies into the curriculum and the school environment.
Granneman has written six books and has contributed to two.
- Granneman, Scott. Don't Click on the Blue E!: Switching to Firefox. O'Reilly (2005), ISBN 0-596-00939-9
- Granneman, Scott. Hacking Knoppix. Wiley Publishing (2006), ISBN 0-7645-9784-1
- Granneman, Scott. Linux Phrasebook. Sams (2006), ISBN 0-672-32838-0
- Mazzoni, Dominic and Scott Granneman. Podcasting with Audacity: Creating a Podcast with Free Audio Software. Prentice Hall (2007), ISBN 0-13-236657-6
- Granneman, Scott. "Google Apps Deciphered: Compute in the Cloud to Streamline Your Desktop". Prentice Hall (2008), ISBN 0-13-700470-2
- "Home:: Scott Granneman". Granneman. Retrieved 16 July 2013.
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