Elizabeth Crane began her writing and editing career penning business profiles and case studies back in the Web 1.0 heyday for the McGraw-Hill Companies magazine UnixWorld/Open Computing.
Her books include a contribution to "The Cassoulet Saved Our Marriage" (essays and recipes about family and how we learn to eat, from Roost Books), a Yahoo Web guide for kids (IDG Books) and a pro-college guide for first-generation college aspirants ("Say Yes To College," Penguin/Perigee).
Elizabeth has worked as a website content provider/proofreader/editor; a ghost writer and editor of blogs, book proposals and books; a trusted researcher, footnoter and assistant; and has honed her skills as a nitpicking copyeditor.
She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and lives in San Francisco, where she raised her two sons. On Saturdays, Elizabeth changes hats and becomes the on-site manager of the Noe Valley Farmers Market.
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I own no stocks, technology-related or otherwise. I was a Girl Scout for many years and continue, in my life and in my work, to follow a bowdlerized version of the Girl Scout Law, crossed with the Hippocratic oath: Be honest and fair, be responsible, and do no harm.
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