Joe Kissell is the senior editor of TidBITS, a website and email newsletter about the Mac and the Internet, and the author of numerous print and electronic books about Mac software, including Take Control of Mac OS X Backups and Take Control of Upgrading to Snow Leopard. He's also a senior contributor to Macworld and was the winner of a 2009 Neal Award for Best How-To Article.
Joe has worked in the Mac software industry since the early 1990s and previously managed software development for Nisus Software and Kensington Technology Group. He was named one of MacTech's 25 most influential people in the Mac community for 2007.
When not writing about Macs, Joe likes to cook, travel, watch movies, and practice tai chi. He also runs a number of websites, including JoeKissell.com and the popular Interesting Thing of the Day (itotd.com). Joe lives in Paris with his wife, Morgen Jahnke, and their cat, Zora.
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