Retired from Procter & Gamble after 27 years. Now consulting extensively. Background in mathematics, working on a wide variety of modeling, supply chain, analysis, expertise, business intelligence and social media applications.
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I never met Computing Innovator Robert Taylor, but through connections at the Pentagon, ARPA and PARC heard of his innovative management that led to advanced computing and networking. Notable too for his work on the Alto, progenitor of the personal computer, and interaction with Douglas Engelbart on innovative computing interfaces. ... In the NYTimes: