Joseph Sinclair


University of Michigan BA, JD, US Navy, practiced law in Michigan and Colorado. After a 20-year career in commercial and investment real estate, the author wrote the definitive book on real estate investment analysis, Real Numbers, as his first book. Living in the San Francisco Bay Area, however, he got sucked into the vortex of digital technology and had a 12-year career writing technology books for non-programmers. For a decade he returned to investments but now has resumed his activities as an author. His books follow:

Real Numbers, Business One Irwin, 1993

Creating Cool Web Databases, IDG Books Worldwide, 1996

Intranet vs. Lotus Notes, AP Professional, 1997

Java Web Magic, Hayden Books, 1997

Developing Web Pages with TV HTML, Charles River Media, 1998

Typography on the Web, AP Professional, 1999

Thin Clients Clearly Explained, Morgan Kaufmann, 2000

eBay the Smart Way, Amacom, 2000-2007, Five Editions

Web Pages the Smart Way, Amacom, 2001

Creating Web Based Training, Amacom, 2002

eBay Business the Smart Way, Amacom, 2003-2007, Three Editions

eBay Motors the Smart Way, Amacom, 2004

eBay Global the Smart Way, Amacom, 2004

Building eBay Traffic the Smart Way, Amacom, 2005

eBay Photography the Smart Way, Amacom, 2005

eBay Inventory the Smart Way, Amacom, 2006

Publishing by Voice, Appworth Media, 2016

The author has several books in progress to be published in 2018.

Hackproof Email, Appworth Media, 2018

In his spare time, the author is a fine arts photographer, typographer, downhill skier, cross-country skier, snowshoer, hiker, backpacker, peak bagger, canyoneer, and fly fisherman mostly in Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico.

Smashwords Interview

What motivated you to write Hackproof Email: Make Your Email Secure with RMail Services, an ebook on email security?
Well, about ten years ago I had my email hijacked which led to a loss that took several thousand dollars and three weeks of my time to recover. I learned about email security the hard way. With all the email problems in the news in recent years, I thought now would be a good time to write a book about keeping one’s email more secure.
You say more secure? Can I keep my email hackproof or not?
As an absolute matter, not without great inconvenience. As we know, certain governments have huge digital resources that may be impossible to defend against. As a practical matter, however, we can substantially decrease the likelihood of getting hacked by non-government criminals, perhaps not to zero but pretty close.
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Hackproof Email
Price: $7.95 USD. Words: 45,090. Language: English. Published: February 3, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Computers & Internet » Internet / security
Your email is the cornerstone of your cybersecurity. With all the headlines about Yahoo, Equifax, Target, and endless others suffering from security breaches affecting hundreds of millions of people, you need to be concerned about your online activities. This ebook gives you the easy, convenient, and low-cost steps you need to take to make your email hackproof. Buy now at discount presale price.

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