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Jay Stuller is a freelance writer in San Francisco. More >>

Daniel Sweeney is a freelance writer living in Burbank, California. More >>

Earl Swift is a reporter for the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot whose articles have appeared in PARADE, Popular Mechanics, and other publications. He has been a Fulbright fellow, PEN finalist and five-time Pulitzer Prize nominee. More >>

John Tarkov wrote about the Quebec Bridge in our Spring 1986 issue. More >>

Joel A. Tarr is the Richard S. Caliguiri Professor of Urban and Environmental History and Policy at Carnegie-Mellon University. More >>

Edward Tenner is an independent writer, speaker, and consultant on technology and culture. More >>

BRIDGET MINTZ TESTA worked on the SSCCfrom 1990 to 1993. She is now a freelance technology writer in Houston, Texas. More >>

Thompson, Emily is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

Steven L. Thompson is a historian, pilot, journalist, and former executive editor of Car & Driver and AOPA Pilot Magazines. More >>

James E. Tomayko is director of the software engineering program at Carnegie-Mellon University. More >>

Joshua Tompkins writes often for publications, including Popular Science and The New York Times . More >>

ROBERT S. TRIPP, a retired airline pilot, is still a test pilot and an FAA designated engineering representative. He lives in Washington State and Hawaii. More >>

Richard H. Truly  is a retired Vice Admiral in the United States Navy, a former fighter pilot, former astronaut for both the United States Air Force and NASA.

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Peter Tuttle is writing a book about railroads in the West. When he was fourteen, he built a board-for-board scale model of a narrow-gauge gondola. More >>

Diane Zimmerman Umble, who lives in Lancaster, is a Ph.D. candidate at the Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania. More >>

Walter G. Vincenti is professor emeritus of aeronautical engineering at the Stanford University School of Industrial Engineering. More >>

Rudi Volti is a professor of sociology at Pitzer College in Claremont, California. He is the author of Society and Technological Change (St. Martins Press, 1988). More >>

Don Walden is returning to studies at the University of Texas at Austin after a career in journalism. More >>

John K. Ward is the graphics manager for LaserGraphics, a printing company, in Lexington, Kentucky. More >>

John R. Ward is a writer and consultant in Albuquerque, New Mexico. More >>

Peter D. A. Warwick is a freelance writer in St. Catharines, Ontario. More >>

Kevin J. Weddle is a lieutenant colonel in the Army Corps of Engineers. More >>

Thomas Wheeler is a businessman, politician, and author. He was the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission during the Obama Administration.

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Niles White is a freelance writer in Mesa, Arizona. He recommends Benjamin Holt and Caterpillar Tracks and Combines , by Reynold M. More >>

Michael White has worked in film and television for more than thirty-six years. His career in special and visual effects began in 1976 at Pinewood Studios. More >>

Ron Westrum is professor of sociology and interdisciplinary technology at Eastern Michigan University and is editor of Social Psychology of Science Newsletter and author of Technologies and So More >>

James C. Williams teaches history at De Anza College, in Cupertino, California, and is executive director of the California History Center and Foundation. This article is adapted from “Frederick E. More >>

Carol Willis is the founder, director, and curator of The Skyscraper Museum. An architectural and urban historian, she has researched, taught, and written about the history of American city building. More >>

George Wise, the author of Willis R. Whitney, General Electric, and the Origins of US. More >>

Michael Karl Witzel has published several books on automotive topics, including The American Gas Station (Motorbooks International, 1992) and Route 66 Remembe More >>

Curt is a former Assistant Editor at American Heritage. He is now a Senior Information Specialist at the University of Missouri. Previously, he was an instructor at the Missouri School of Journalism. More >>

Stewart Wolpin is a freelance writer living in New York City and a frequent contributor to Invention & Technology.

Stewart has been writing about consumer electronics for more than 25 years.

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Mark Wolverton is a frequent contributor to Invention & Technology magazine and the author of A Life in Twilight: The Final Years of J. Robert Oppenheimer (St. More >>

Lamont Wood is a freelance writer in San Antonio, Texas. More >>

Julie Wosk is a professor of humanities at SUNY Maritime College at Fort Schuyler in the Bronx, New York. More >>

MIKE WRIGHT is the author of What They Didn’t Teach You About the Civil War (Presidio Press, 1999) and other books. More >>

Carolyn Wyman is the author of a biography of Ella Fitzgerald and six food books, including The Great Philly Cheesesteak Book, Better Than Homemade, Spam: A Biography" and Jell-O: A Biography. Her nationally syndicated Supermarket Sampler col More >>

STEPHEN YAFA is a screenwriter, playwright, and novelist who has written for publications including Playboy , Details , Rolli More >>

STEPHEN ZANICHKOWSKY has written for Men’s Health, More, and The Atlantic and is the author of the memoir Fourteen: Growing Up Alone in a Crowd. More >>

ROBERT ZIMMERMAN wrote the article about docking in space in our Fall 2001 issue. More >>

Tom Zoellner, a former crime reporter for the Salt Lake Tribune, is a freelance writer based in San Francisco. More >>

Glenn Zorpette is senior associate editor of IEEE Spectrum , the magazine of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. More >>

WILLIAM S. ZUILL is the former editor of the Bermuda Royal Gazette and retired director of the Bermuda National Trust. More >>
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