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Professor Blank is currently a Special Lecturer at New Jersey Institute of Technology. He retired from AT&T in 2000 as a District Manager for Data Base Administrators. Before that, He was a Financial Analyst and Software Engineer in Bell Labs, and the Editorial Director of Creative Computing, supervising 5 magazines, the book company and the software house.
Education Seton Hall University, Master of Business Administration, concentration in quantitative analysis, 1992 New Jersey Institute of Technology, Master of Science in Computer Science, 1989 Princeton Theological Seminary, Master of Divinity, 1974. Eastern College, St. Davids PA, Bachelor of Arts, in History 1971.
Certified Management Accountant, October 1994 Project Management Professional, May, 1998 Ordained Minister, Presbyterian Church in the USA, January, 1975
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Books editor, Pathways through the ROM, SoftSide Publications, 1980 with David and Sandy Small, The Creative Atari, Creative Computing Press, 1983 contributor, The Great Puzzle Catalog, Publications International, 1982 contributor, Informational Technology and its Impact on American Education, Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment, 1982
Magazine Articles SoftSide, Prog 80, 80 US Journal, Popular Computing, Judges Guild Journal, Practical Computing, Creative Computing.
Last updated: Oct 15, 2006