Todd Stauffer is the author or co-author of more than three dozen books on computing and the Internet; an award-winning magazine writer; and a former television and radio host.
Todd is the founding author of the “How to Do Everything…” series by McGraw-Hill, which began with his book “How to Do Everything with Your iMac.” His most recent book is “How to Do Everything with Your Web 2.0 Blog.” More than half a million copies of books by Stauffer have been sold, including editions in Portuguese, Chinese, Spanish, French, Czech and Russian.
More recently, Stauffer complete a series of eBooks focused on helping readers with Windows experience move to the Macintosh. He’s also the editor of How I Listed and Sold My House Without an Agent, written by his mother, author Liz Morningstar Stauffer.
Stauffer is the co-founder, publisher and president of the Jackson Free Press, an award-winning newsweekly (and daily website) in Jackson, Miss. The company also publishes Boom Jackson magazine and the Starkville Free Press website.
Todd lives in Jackson with journalist Donna Ladd and a few too many cats.
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