July 11, 2009
Paul Boutin is a technology writer best known for his work at Slate. He has written for Wired magazine since 1996 and also contributes to BusinessWeek. Gadget fans know him as Engadget’s special correspondent, who uploads real-time reports from behind the velvet ropes at tech industry events.
Prior to becoming a writer, Boutin studied computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and worked at several Internet- related projects and startup companies, including MIT’s Project Athena and Wired‘s early online experiments.
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- Kurzweil's law