About Dave Kinnaman

Living where Pacific salmon spawn


[Yellow team 2006]

Learning

Dave earned his web feet and both Biology and Psychology undergraduate degrees, and a master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Oregon on the Willamette River in Eugene. While drying out from the incessant Oregon rain, Dave added a second master's degree in Psychology while studying cognitive psychology (how we think, learn, and remember) and research statistics in sunny Southern California, under the shadow of Mount Baldy at Claremont Graduate University.

Writing

[Networking Essentials, Accelerated MCSE Study Guide] Networking Essentials
McGraw-Hill, 1999, ISBN 0070676852
by Dave Kinnaman and LouAnn Ballew
[Researching on the Internet] Researching on the Internet
Prima Publishing, 1995, ISBN 0761500634
by Robin Rowland and Dave Kinnaman
[Accelerated MCSE Study Guide to TCP/IP] TCP/IP
McGraw-Hill, 1999, ISBN 0070676860
by Dave Kinnaman and LouAnn Ballew
[Internet Secrets] in Internet Secrets
IDG Publishing, 1995, ISBN 1568844522 by John Levine and Carol Baroudi; "Internet Access for Persons with Disabilities" and "Internet Business Marketing."
[Accelerated MCSE Study Guide to Windows NT 4.0 Workstation] Windows NT 4.0 Workstation (free sample chapter)
McGraw-Hill, 1999, ISBN 0070676836
by Dave Kinnaman and LouAnn Ballew
[Using Mosaic] Using Mosaic
QUE Publishing, 1994, ISBN 0789700212
by Dave Kinnaman, Mary Ann Pike, et al
[Accelerated MCSE Study Guide to Windows NT 4.0 Server] Windows NT 4.0 Server
McGraw-Hill, 1999, ISBN 0070676976
by Dave Kinnaman, Theresa Martinez, and Terry Neal
[Education on the Internet] in Education on the Internet
SAMS Publishing, 1994, ISBN 067230595X by Jill H. Ellsworth; "The Internet and the Classroom," "Internet Resources by K-12 Curricular Area," and "How to find more K-12 Information"
[Accelerated MCSE Study Guide to Windows NT 4.0 Server in the Enterprise] Windows NT 4.0 Server in the Enterprise
McGraw-Hill, 1999, ISBN 0070676844
by Dave Kinnaman, Theresa Martinez, and Terry Neal
[Tricks of the Internet Gurus] in Tricks of the Internet Gurus
SAMS Publishing, 1994, ISBN 0672305992;
"The Internet and the Classroom." Since being published in 1994, this entire book has been online free in Italy, Romania, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Yugoslavia, and Vietnam. (also see)

Giving Back

For the first half of the 1990s Dave used his labor market economics skills to select good occupations to be approved by the Texas State Board of Education and promoted as Priority Occupations for Texas. For several years Dave also compiled and published an annual booklet of the 24 Quality Work Force Planning Regional Key Industries and Targeted Occupations lists for the State of Texas, established and moderated a statewide newsgroup for high school teachers, and developed and presented annual technology in-service education seminars for high school teachers.

Dave wrote this early essay on K-12 educational Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs) that was first released at the Global Network Navigator Education Center.

Dave writes books and articles about computers, access to information, and the Internet, and lectures about the Internet, employee benefits and retirement. Dave created and for nine years maintained the Texas Internet Service Provider Association's (TISPA's) official web page to comply with the Texas legislature's silly requirement that each ISP must link to censorware software on its first Web page.

Dave has additional interests in Internet research, online (distance) education, student study skills, non-verbal communication, and how meta-data is represented.

[spammers have reduced moral capacity] [1994 photo of Dave Kinnaman]

 

Dave despises the degradation caused by unsolicited bulk e-mail, and wrote this page to help others learn to detect, report and eliminate spammers.

 

Allergies? Thyroid Problems?

Dave is "listowner" of self-service LISTSERV Internet discussion group "mailing lists" (totaling over 2,000 members and many megabytes of archived discussions):

When needed, Dave assists LISTSERV discussion groups, including Arthritis, Eczema, Soc-Phob, PCHealth, C+Health, and others.

In his free time Dave enjoys poetry, hiking and wildflowers.

Dave invites you to contact him. His e-mail address is: kinnaman@world.std.com

Thank you for your interest in my accomplishments!

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