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Publications authored by or featuring DEC Connection members since Digital days.  Authors listed alphabetically.

Amidon, Debra M.

Founder and CEO, ENTOVATION International Ltd. - www.entovation.com

Net Work: A Practical Guide to Creating and Sustaining Networks at Work and in the World

Anklam, Patti

Published April 2007, Butterworth-Heinemann

Independent consultant specializing in social network analysis and collaboration - www.pattianklam.com

Real Numbers: Management Accounting for Lean Organization

Cunningham, Jean and Orest Fuime with Emily Adams

Published April, 2003, Managing Times Press

Real life experiences in implementing lean in manufacturing and the implications and opportunities for the finance and accounting organization.


Easier, Simpler, Faster: Systems Strategy for Lean IT

Jean Cunningham and Duane Jones

Published February, 2007, Productivity Press

Based on real experience at Lantech in developing and applying appropriate information systems for the lean organization.


Lean Accounting: Best Practices for Sustainable Integration

Joe Stenzel, Editor

Published March 2007, Wiley House

Jean Cunningham contributed chapter 9, "Lean Application in Accounting Environments".


Founder of Jean Cunningham Consulting, www.jeancunninghamconsulting.com


R. J. DiDonato

DiDonato & Associates


RJ is writing a chapter in an upcoming book, Roadmap to Success, by Deepak Chopra and Ken Blanchard, author of the One Minute Manager series of books. The chapter is about mentoring.  RJ used DEC and his experience with Irwin "Jake" Jacobs as an example of what was right in the world of business and management.  Click here to read his chapter, DEC Roadmap to Success.

Digital Equipment Corporation, Massachusetts

Earls, Alan R. 

Published June 2004, Arcadia Publishing

Alan's Digital book is part of the following series:

  • Route 128 and the Birth of the Age of High Tech
  • Digital Equipment Corporation
  • US Army Natick Labs Raytheon: The First 60 Years (co-authored with Robert Edwards)
  • Polaroid (co-authored with Nasrin Rohani) Watertown Arsenal

For more information, please visit www.Route128History.org and www.alanearls.com.

Reboot Your Life: Energize Your Career & Life by Taking a Break

Foley, Rita

Published April 2011.  Visit www.rebootbreaks.com for workshops and more information.

Numbering Stars

Hebert, Charlotte

Published December 2006 by Lulu

Charlotte Hebert is a technical writer-turned novelist.  She is featured in Entrepreneur of the month.  See her website at www.lulu.com/charlottehebert.

  • The Minimum You Need to Know to Be an OpenVMS Application Developer  - Published December 2006
  • The Minimum You Need to Know About Java on OpenVMS, Volume 1 - Published July 2006
  • The Minimum You Need to Know About Logic to Work in IT

Hughes, Roland

Published by Logikal Solutions, Distributed by Big River Distribution

Roland Hughes is President of Logikal Solutions, a business applications consulting firm specializing in VMS platforms.

A Jewish Mother in Shangri-La

Rosenzweig, Rosie

Published September, 1998, Shambhala

Resident Scholar in Women's Studies, and founder of Mitbonennim, a Meditation society at Brandeis University










Sares, Ted

Published December, 2011, Tate Publishing & Enterprises

A Collection of True Crime and Noir Essays by Theodore Sares - Ted Sares's latest book, Shattered delves deep into lesser-known cases, like those of Chester the Molester Turner, the New Orleans Sniper, and the New Bedford Highway Killings. The bone-chilling murders and terrifying killers that Sares researches provide the backdrop for this fascinating collection of true-crime essays.

Shattered deals with many sensitive subjects and covers some incidents that occurred in the northeast. Many may resonate with New England readers. The result is a collection of essays that describe how a community's innocence can be shattered at any time and without any warming. Sares said he does not approach crime writing from the stance of one taken in by the glamorous mythos that criminals often wear like a shroud. On the contrary, he strives to strip away any lingering patina of romanticism from the aura of gangsters or killers. Indeed, it is the victims of crime whom he wants us to see in all their humanity, truth, vulnerability, and tragedy.

The book can be purchased directly through Ted at tedsares@roadrunner.com or online at Amazon.com

Ted is working on a fifth book that will deal with urban and country noir.

Upon retiring from the corporate world (Digital in 1992), Ted Sares became a boxing historian and advocate for boxing reform. Sares lives with his wife, Holly, in northern New Hampshire. See my website www.tedsares.com 

Planet Boxing

Planet Boxing is a journey to many different global locations to track the lineage of the sport and to show that, despite cultural and social differences between each country, boxing remains a common denominator throughout the world.

Sares, Ted

      Published June 24, 2010, CreateSpace

Boxing Is My Sanctuary: A Collection of Essays [Paperback]
Theodore R. 'Ted" Sares

      Published 2007, iUniverse


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