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Tom Carson

Director of Technology Curriculum Development, The New Economy Institute

P.E. ACE

Tom is a Professional Engineer with 25 years experience. In 1999 he started devoting his time to straightening out the paper mess in engineering. Tom has been an ACE since Acrobat 4 and has already taught over 800 students on Acrobat 7. He co-authored with Donna Baker, Acrobat 6: The Professional User's Guide and the just released Adobe Acrobat and PDF for Architecture, Engineering and Construction. PDF has become a passion and he has a vision of PDF that is slowly coming together. Tom works with clients such as NASA, US DOD, state and local agencies, hospitals and industry on knowledge management with PDF.

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