Keith Shaw is Programming Director at Network World, responsible for multimedia strategy (videos, podcasts, chat events). In addition, he writes the Cool Tools column, which looks at personal technology, gizmos, gadgets and other fun stuff. You can reach Keith at email@example.com.
In addition, Shaw is the editor of the DEMOletter newsletter/blog, coordinating the weekly publication of articles for the DEMO community of demonstrators, sponsors, attendees and media members. He also assists the features department in a variety of print and Web site projects. He has moderated several events for the Network World Events group, including Technology Tours on wireless LANs and Messaging/Spam. In 2004 he won an award from the American Society of Business Publication Editors for the Sept. 15, 2003 article, Spam in the Wild.
Shaw has been at Network World since December 1999. Before joining Network World, he worked at Computerworld for three years in several editing and production positions. He has been a journalist for more than 17 years, with experience at many daily newspapers. He has vast experience in writing, editing and design. He holds a bachelor's degree in newspaper journalism from Syracuse University.