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Backgrounder*Highly rated because of his ownership of an early Apple II. __________________________________________________ "Nerdometer" is a scientific ranking system based on questions asked on the air and then put into an algorithm which includes knowledge of trending phrases like "volume, velocity, and variety." The Final Four Ranks are the much coveted "Nerd," the well-respected "Geek," challenging "Wannabe," and the unmentionable "Luddite." ________________________ John Gilroy has worked for ARMATURE since 2005. You can reach him at 703-674-2464 or email@example.com. In 1991 John developed The Computer Guys on WAMU 88.5 FM, National Public Radio in the nation’s capital. In 1994 "Ask the Computer Guy" ran as a question-and-answer column for over ten years in The Washington Post. This led to hundreds of speaking invitations and television appearances. In 2006 Federal News Radio gave John the opportunity to create a weekly interview program called Federal Tech Talk w/John Gilroy. By 2012, he had completed over 250 influential interviews with everyone from Vint Cert (father of the Internet) to Jimmy Wales (father of Wikipedia).In September of 2011 John was asked to become an adjunct professor for the Technology Management graduate program at Georgetown University.