Tague Griffith is currently employed at Netscape Communications, where he is the technical lead for the International Components group. The International Components group supplies cross-platform internationalization libraries to Netscape's client and server products.
Previosuly, Tague worked for Apple Computer on the Text Services Manager input method architecture. He has also work for B.U.G. in Sapporo, Japan.
Tague graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor's degree in computer science. In his free time, Tague does free lance writing and is involved in the San Francisco music scene.
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