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Social Collaboration For Dummies by David F. Carr

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About the Author

David F. Carr is an Editor-at-Large at InformationWeek, where his primary coverage areas include social business, collaboration technologies, educational technology, online education, and technologies for the healthcare industry. He was the original editor for The BrainYard (since rebranded InformationWeek Social Business) and continues to contribute as a columnist. In early 2013, he became editor of InformationWeek Education. David previously served as Technology Editor at Baseline Magazine and Internet World Magazine. He has also worked as a freelance writer, contributing to CIO Magazine, Defense Systems, and Forbes.com. In a side business as a web consultant, he has created several WordPress plug-ins, including Facebook Tab Manager and RSVPMaker.

He lives with his wife and three children in Coral Springs, Florida.

Dedication

To Beth Anne, of course. It had to be you.

Author’s Acknowledgments

Thanks to Wiley’s Amy Fandrei for giving me this opportunity and to project editor Heidi Unger for helping me get it done. My wife, Beth Anne, who is also a talented editor, helped me prepare the book proposal and sample chapter before we had a contract. She also put up with my spending nights and weekends in my office, trying to make progress on the book outside of regular work hours. InformationWeek Editor-in-Chief Rob Preston supported my decision to take on this project, trusting me to put in a fair day’s work even while juggling this extra job. InformationWeek parent ...

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