Proficient in the use of technology, especially computers.

, 1996: The Tofflers have also recruited as executive partners TV producer Al Burton and the tech-savvy film producer and entrepreneur Jeff Apple. — Krantz, Michael, [ “Cashing In On Tomorrow”], 148 (4), July 15, 1996, [ 0040-781X]

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