Ken Lunde is the author of "CJKV Information Processing" (O'Reilly, 1999), which is the sequel to and complete replacement for "Understanding Japanese Information Processing" (O'Reilly, 1993). As his day job, Ken manages CJKV Type Development at Adobe Systems in San Jose, California. He has been working at Adobe Systems for almost 8 years, and holds a PhD in linguistics from The University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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