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Jules Marshall (born 1962, England) has been an editor for Mediamatic Magazine since 1989. Trained as a journalist and a contributing writer for Wired, he has also written for Time Out (Amsterdam), i-D, Weiner, Sydney Morning Herald, Blvd. and numerous Dutch magazines.
Marshall was co-organiser of the inaugural Doors of Perception and editor of the conference CD-ROM.
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