Tom is a multi-published author in the software and technology field. He has appeared on Tech TV’s Call for Help and has been a speaker at conferences including InfoComm and PowerPoint LIVE. More recently, he spoke at the Science and Nonduality Conference in San Jose, CA and the Superconscious Mind Conference in Mexico.

Tom is currently the Technology and Science Columnist for Collective Evolution, an online magazine with over 15 million hits per month.  
Tom Bunzel
Author & Speaker
One of Tom's Favorite Quotes:

“Reality is stranger than we can even imagine.”
 – Dan Brown, author of The DaVinci Code
Previously Tom served as the Office Reference Guide for and as “Professor PowerPoint” he was a “technology coach” for corporations including Iomega, MTA Films, Nurses in Partnership and the Neuroscience Education Institute. He has taught at Learning Tree International, West LA College Extension and privately around Southern California.

Tom’s books include:

  • Tools of Engagement: Presenting and Training in a World of Social Media.
  • Easy Using Office 2010
  • Master Visually Microsoft Office 
  • Solving the PowerPoint Predicament 
  • Using Digital Media for Effective Communication
  • Teach Yourself PowerPoint 2003 in 24 Hrs
  • Easy Digital Music
  • Easy Creating CDs and DVDs
  • How to Use Ulead DVD Workshop
  • Digital Video on the PC
  • Visual QuickStart Guide to PowerPoint 2002/2001
  • Presence of Mind:  Journey to a New Operating System (autobiography)
Articles by Tom

Tom's NEW Book 

If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code?
The Profound Significance of Life's Programming Language
From our experience with computers, we know that all software requires intentional intelligence to create. This raises very deep questions about our very being—and about the objectivity of our science.  

DNA as software is not merely a metaphor – it is fact.   
Geneticists now edit DNA as a software program by sequencing – or decoding its meaning and intent. 

Could DNA and life itself be an accident?
or will science have to expand to accommodate a far wider sense of reality?