David Angell

David Angell has made a career of demystifying technology for millions of people worldwide. He is an accomplished technology journalist, author and technical/marketing writer. David has written 20 books including The Elements of E-Mail Style, Microsoft Word 2003 Bible, and DSL For Dummies. He also was a regular contributor and columnist for leading computer magazines, including PC Magazine, Internet World, and PC Week. David translates new technologies to broader audiences across a range of online and offline media.

David co-founded Bookware, a Silicon Valley technical communications firm, and Angell Communications in Boston. He wrote popular computing and Internet books and over 60 articles for leading technology magazines. David also wrote user documentation, marketing collateral, and press releases for clients as well as white papers and published articles for senior management at Tandem, Compaq and Philips.

David joined NorthPoint Communications in 1999, a national DSL CLEC, as a DSL Evangelist to educate emerging broadband subscriber communities, including small businesses, telecommuters, and consumers. He served as the spokesperson for a national “Broadband Lifestyle” media tour for newspaper, radio and TV in 22 major markets.

David joined Intel in 2005. As a member of the Computing Client Group Wireless Marketing team, he communicates Intel’s wireless technologies and products to diverse technical, business and consumer audiences. He manages web and social media marketing activities in support of connectivity product marketing. He is also the author of 802.11ac Wi-Fi for Dummies Intel Edition.

Prior to becoming a technology writer, David worked on early travel industry automation systems large travel agencies in the Boston area. He founded MacBooks, an early online bookseller devoted exclusively to Macintosh computing books located in Silicon Valley.