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Aaron Dubrow is the science and technology writer for the Texas Advanced Computing Center. He previously was a public affairs specialist at the U.S. National Science Foundation, where he was responsible for communications and media relations for NSF's Computing and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate, as well as creating and implementing strategic communications plans in support of the agency's $1 billion computing research portfolio. Aaron has extensive experience writing and developing print, video, multimedia and social media content for scientific organizations and publications. He contributes regularly to the Huffington Post and Futurity and is a leading voice in explaining the value of high performance computing and modern data platforms for science, society and industry to lay audiences.