Paul Andrews, former technology columnist for the Seattle Times, is co-author with Stephen Manes of Gates: How Microsoft's Mogul Reinvented an Industry and Made Himself the Richest Man in America. First published in 1993 by Doubleday, the book was updated for Kindle and Nook e-book formats, featuring a new cover and afterword (more at GatesBook.com). Paul also wrote How the Web Was Won, a study of Microsoft's initial embrace of the Internet (Broadway Books, 1999), and has contributed to or edited a number of books. He currently administers and writes for several blogs, including his bike blog, BikeIntelligencer.com.
Paul is married to Cecile Andrews, author of several books on sustainability and community action, the most recent being Living Room Revolution (New Society Publishers). Cecile is a former visiting scholar at Stanford University, where she received her doctorate in education, and also has taught at Seattle University and Antioch. Paul and Cecile divide their time between Seattle and Santa Cruz, California.