James Kim–family man, technologist

I noted with sorrow the death of James Kim. See also Father’s effort to save his family called ‘superhuman’

He was a senior editor for Cnet, a site I have followed for years, both for their insight into open-source and the computer industry in general.

I never saw his name on a byline, though I realize that he was an editor, and as such helped shape the posts I have found so informative.

He died trying to save his family after they had become lost in difficult terrain.

We all, I am sure, mourn his passing.

James Kim — may his memory be a blessing.

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