Jon Titus writes articles and columns about electronics and computers for several publications and Web sites, and he worked as the chief editor of EDN and later Test & Measurement World magazine for 18 years. Prior to joining EDN, Titus wrote and edited books about computers and electronics, and he designed electronic equipment.
Jon received a George R. Stibitz Computer & Communications Pioneer Award from the American Computer Museum (Bozeman, MT) for his development of the Mark-8 hobbyist computer kit in 1974. The original computer is now in the Smithsonian Institution’s collection. Jon also has received awards for excellent writing.
Titus has three college degrees, a BS from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, an MS from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a PhD from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He has an Extra Class amateur-radio license and the call letters KZ1G.