[SIGCIS-Members] ATM 50th anniversary - looking for an author

Batiz Lazo, Bernardo bbatiz64 at gmail.com
Tue May 23 11:06:14 PDT 2017

Ive published on the history of the ATM in The Conversation

the Atlantic


bloomberg Echos

Among others .. and writting a book on the topic for Oxford University Press.
Happy to take it on
Bangor University (Wales)

> On 23 May 2017, at 17:15, Jonathan Coopersmith <j-coopersmith at tamu.edu> wrote:
> theconversation.com is looking for a short piece on the ATM.  If interested, read on and contact Jeff Inglis.  I recommend writing for it -- thei editing makes me look like a good writer and the articles are placed widely.
> RFP:
> ATM machine technology - for good and bad. With the 50th anniversary of the first automated cash machine approaching (on June 27), we’re looking for a scholar of cybercrime and cybersecurity who could explain how ATMs work, how they have developed over time, and how criminals have used various types technology (such as skimming) to steal money from banks and their customers.
> Jeff Inglis
> Science + Technology Editor, The Conversation US 
> E: jeff.inglis at theconversation.com
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> Jonathan Coopersmith
> Professor
> Department of History
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