Ken Fisher is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Ars Technica, a renowned online publication for technologists and IT Professionals. Ken has many strings to his bow; these include being a teaching fellow at Harvard University, becoming a published author and being an expert on Intellectual Property in relation to free speech and culture.
Ars Technica was founded in 1998 and was one of the first technology publications to chart the resurgence of Apple, amongst many other industry firsts. In 2012 the website recorded over 15 million page views for its coverage of the release of the new iPhone.
As an IT expert, Ken earned his stripes working for 12 years at Harvard University and Indiana University. Whilst at Harvard Ken gained two masters and a PhD in Religion in the ancient Mediterranean. He lectured for four years at Harvard on the topic of Ancient Christianity.
Ken continues to be a leading authority on the changing world of technology and its influence on our lives.
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