Gregg Pascal Zachary
G. (Gregg) Pascal Zachary has worked in journalism (essays for The New York Times, IEEE's Spectrum magazine, Technology Review, Wired and others) and at universities (Stanford, UC Berkeley and Arizona State) where he taught and published on the history of technological change, emphasizing the relationship between innovation and national security as well as the history of computing and software. He is the author of "Endless Frontier: Vannevar Bush, Engineer of the American Century" and "Showstopper," on the making of Windows NT at Microsoft. In 2022, Zachary's edited volume, "The Essential Writings of Vannevar Bush," was published by Columbia University Press. Born in Brooklyn and educated in New York, Zachary has lived in Northern California since 1978 and, in the 1990s, served as the chief Silicon Valley reporter for the Wall Street Journal.