Bill Thompson (technology writer)

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Bill Thompson (born 1960) is a technology writer best known for his weekly column on BBC online and his appearances on Digital Planet, a radio show on the BBC World Service.

Born in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, he grew up in Corby. He graduated from Cambridge University in philosophy and with a diploma in computing in 1984. He was a correspondent for the Big Byte on BBC Radio. He began to write for The Guardian in 1990, and in 1994 went to work there, setting up the paper's website. He left in 1996 to work as a freelance writer and consultant. In the last few years he has become well known for his articles on the BBC News website and other publications.

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