Trenton Computer Festival announces Keynote Speakers

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The 28th Trentom Computer Festival (TCF), the oldest surviving personal computer show in the world, announces its Keynote Speaker for the show being held on May 3-4, 2003.

The oldest PC show and sale in the world, now in it's 28th year, is being held in Edison, New Jersey at the NJ Convention Center. It includes indoor exhibits, an Outdoor flea market and over ninety speaker seminars on a wide range of computer

related topics.

This years Compute Festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday May 3-4, 2003

The theme of this years festival is "Wireless Computing". There will be numerous

speaker sessions discussing and demonstrating wireless technologies, as well as a keynote on Saturday ( 2 PM) by Bruce and Marge Brown. The first husband and wife keynote Address

in the Festival's history.

Bruce Brown is a PC magazine and ExtremeTech contributing editor, who in 1982 founded The Connecticut Computer Society and began publishing a newsletter that eventually had a (largely unpaid) circulation of 28,000.

Bruce has been a freelance writer covering personal computing hardware since 1983, the year he co-founded Soft Industries Corp., a computer consulting Company with Alfred Poor and Dick Riddington, a fortune 500 consultant with Creative Realities.

He has written for several now defunct publications, including Lotus Magazine, PC

Computing, PC Sources and Computer Life, as well as Computer Shopper and PC Magazine.

Married to PC Magazine Contributing Editor, Marge Brown, together Marge and Bruce have tested, evaluated and written about literally hundreds of SOHO (small office, home office) networking products, including all current and wired networking technologies.

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