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is president of Discovery Computing, Inc., a computer and publishing services
company located in Mesa, Arizona. He has worked in the computer and
publishing industries for almost two decades, writing more than 50 books
and numerous magazine articles. Allen’s popular lectures and seminars have
reached audiences throughout the United States, as well as throughout
Mexico and Costa Rica.
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