Oceanliners.org was created by maritime historian and professional journalist John Edwards as a way of sharing his love of ocean liners with people around the world.
John has a lifelong love of ocean liners, cruise ships and the people who sail on them. Queen Mary, Queen Mary 2, Ile de France, United States, Italia, Hanseatic (ex-Empress of Japan/Scotland), Raffaello, Oceanic and Sovereign of the Seas are just several of the many vessels he has sailed on or visited.
Besides studying and lecturing on ocean liner history, as well as collecting ship-related artifacts and ephemera, John is an internationally published journalist and author specializing in business and technology. John’s articles have appeared in scores of publications, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Newsday, CIO Magazine, CFO Magazine, Men’s Health and American Way (American Airlines’ in-flight magazine).
John has also written articles, columns and white papers for The Economist Intelligence Unit, the IEEE Computer Society, the National Association of Broadcasters and international consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers. He is the author of several books, including The Law Office Guide to Small Computers (Shepard’s/McGraw-Hill), Leveraging Web Services (AMACOM), Telecosmos (John Wiley & Sons) and The Geeks of War (AMACOM).
Visit John’s professional website by clicking here.