Mark GibbsContributing Editor, Network World

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Mark Gibbs is an author, journalist, and man of mystery. His writing for Network World is widely considered to be vastly underpaid. For more than 30 years, Gibbs has advised on and developed product and service marketing for many businesses and he has consulted, lectured, and authored numerous articles and books about networking, information technology, and the social and political issues surrounding them. His complete bio can be found at

Improved Mouse Control for Users With Disabilities

Novel software makes fine control of a mouse much easier for users with motor control problems.

Epsilon Helps Mug You at Home

Gibbs ponders the consequence of what may be, so far, the greatest data theft ever.

Five More Android Apps for IT Pros

Here are more useful apps for IT-loving Android junkies to explore.

Lots of "People" You Interact With Online Are...Not Real

Lots of the people and organizations you interact with online are fake ... they're sockpuppets

Android Love and IT Apps

Here are some cool Android apps for IT pros.

Three Interesting Twitter Tools

Gibbs looks for trends and performance in social media

Apple No Longer 'Thinks Different'

Remember when Apple wanted us to "think different"? That was a pose, 'cause now they don't.

Three Cool iPad Tools for IT Pros

Hungry for new tools on your tablet? IT peeps should have these three tasty items on their Apple iPad.


WikiLeaked: Three Lessons From the Cat in the Bag

Leaking secrets online has become a big issue. Here are three lessons you need to learn.

Push2Call: A Cloud Telephony Service You Can Embed in Websites

Gibbs discusses telephony in the cloud and a free service, Push2Call, that can enhance your Website or social networking services.

A Promising Way to Manage Mobile Devices

Mobile Active Defense (MAD) Partners promises to make your life dealing with mobile devices easier.