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Bill Alderson grew up on a ranch outside of King City California. His mother's family came to California in the mid 1800's and settled on the Coast in a place name called Pacific Valley, North of San Simeon, South of Monterey and Big Sur.

Bill spent much of his youth on the Coast with his grandparents and still returns to hike the rugged area of the Santa Lucia mountain range.

Bill has three living children, Jewyl, Amy and Sarah. Nichole, died when she was "Almost 10" during surgery to correct a congenital heart defect.

Amy has two children Ashtyn and Colton who call Bill Pop!

Network Computing Articles by Bill:

The 'Lock Next' Monster
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Ethernet: Back To The Basics
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The Case Of The Disappearing Print Jobs
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It's A Question Of Latency
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File Reading One Byte At A Time
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NFS Woes Creating Work Nightmare
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On The Wire Goes Out On The VINE
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The Case Of The IBM 3745 Orphan
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The Case Of The Good Guy, Bad Guy
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A Bridge Over Very Troubled Waters
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A Broadcast Storm Becomes A Thunderstorm
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The Case Of The Mysterious File Delay
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Are Laws Of Entropy Affecting Your Network?
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Big Bad Watchdog Bites Network
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Strange But True Tales From The Net Crypt
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Parking Lot Fiasco Leads To Smart Segmentation
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The Problem With Mixing Switching
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Big RIPoff: Do You Know Where Your Packets Are?
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Solving Those Hard(ware) Problems
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Is There A Mole In Your Token-Ring?
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A Blast From The Past: Revisiting The Big RIPoff
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Lotus Macintosh Users Take Note
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Intranet + Internet = Bottleneck
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More Horrifying Tales From The Network Crypt
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Finding The World's Easiest Server Optimization
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Carrying The Workload With TCP
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Rub-A-Dub-Dub Three Hubs In A Tub
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Keeping An Eye On Those Branch Office Routers
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Can A Single Packet Topple Your Topology?
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Data Comes To An Abrupt FINish
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Has 10BASE-T Wiring Run Amuck?
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Answering The User Cry: 'The Network Is Slow!'
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Is The Fizz In Your Switched Network Flat?
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Tales From The Networking Crypt
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Are Your NetWare Servers Staging A Slowdown?
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