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Robert X. Cringely

Robert X. Cringely was born in 1953 in Apple Creek, Ohio, USA as Mark Stephens. He is a writer, known for The Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires (1996), Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview (2012) and Electric Money (2001). See full bio »
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 2012 Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview (Documentary) (written by)
 2001 Electric Money (TV Movie documentary)
 1999 Y2K: The Winter of Our Disconnect (TV Movie documentary)
 1996 The Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires (TV Movie documentary) (book "Accidental Empires") / (screenplay)
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 2012 Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview (Documentary)
Himself
 2011 Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippy (TV Movie documentary)
Himself, former employee, Apple Inc.
 2011 Steve Jobs: One Last Thing (TV Movie documentary)
 2010 Bloomberg Game Changers (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Technology Journalist & Former Apple Employee
- Steve Jobs (2010) ... Himself - Technology Journalist & Former Apple Employee
 2008 The Money Programme (TV Series documentary)
Himself
- How a Geek Changed the World (2008) ... Himself (as Robert Cringely)
 2001 Electric Money (TV Movie documentary)
Host
 1999 Y2K: The Winter of Our Disconnect (TV Movie documentary)
Host
 1998 Nerds 2.0.1: A Brief History of the Internet (TV Mini-Series)
Himself (host / interviewer)
 1998 Digital TV: A Cringely Crash Course (TV Movie)
Host
 1998 Plane Crazy (TV Movie documentary)
Himself
 1996 The Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires (TV Movie documentary)
Himself (host / interviewer)

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Robert Cringely
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Mark Stephens uses the name Robert X. Cringely but didn't CHANGE his name to Cringely. And he use the name because he was asked to do so by a former employer. He was the third Cringely at InfoWorld, where there have been at least 10 more since they fired him in late 1995. He continues to use this name having won the right to do so in federal court.

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