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About the Editor
PC.net is published by Per Christensson.
Per has a Bachelor of Science degree in both Computer Science and Communications from Wheaton College, IL. He has over ten years of professional experience in website development and graphic design, and has served in multiple consulting roles.
Per also has professional experience with photography and music production. When not in front of his computer, Per enjoys writing music, playing soccer, softball, and tennis, and practicing martial arts.
Per is also an avid traveller who has visited all seven contintents. Read about Per's travels from Edina magazine.
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Definitions of computer and Internet terms.
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Meanings of chat acronyms, abbreviations, and other chat slang.
Smileys and other text-based expressions.
Answers to computer-related questions.
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