Online Articles: Macworld

Before forming the Zango Group, Galen Gruman was an editor at Macworld, during the key transitions from a stand-alone platform to part of the greater PC universe and from the Motorola 680x0 to the PowerPC chip platforms, as well as during the tumultous times when Apple experimented with allowing Macintosh clones. From 1991 to 1998, he served as a features editor, executive editor, and editor of the magazine. He also wrote many articles during that time and continued to contribute reviews and first looks occasionally, for both the print and online editions.

»  Note that Galen has written stories for Macworld's print edition; stories commissioned for the print edition may be found here.