Charles Foster Johnson

Charles Foster Johnson

Charles Foster Johnson

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Charles Foster Johnson (born April 13, 1953) is an American blogger, software developer, and former jazz guitarist.He has played on 29 albums.


Charles Johnson was born in New York and raised in Hawaii. He launched his first career (as a jazz guitarist) in the mid-1970s. Extensive recording credits include at least three albums that went gold: Reach For It by George Duke, School Days by Stanley Clarke, and Live in London by Al Jarreau.

He later co-founded CodeHead Technologies,which marketed productivity and desktop publishing software (mostly hand-coded in assembly language) for the Atari ST computer.In 2001, Johnson founded a web design firm called "Little Green Footballs" with his brother Michael. Little Green Footballs began as a testbed on the company's website.

Johnson was raised Roman Catholic but now considers himself an agnostic.

Johnson is a co-founder of Pajamas Media, selling his stake in 2007.

Johnson, and other bloggers, gained attention during the 2004 U.S. presidential election for their role in exposing as forgeries several memos purporting to document irregularities in George W. Bush's National Guard service record. (See Killian documents and Killian documents authenticity issues.) CBS news anchor Dan Rather presented the memos as authentic in a September 8, 2004 report on 60 Minutes Wednesday, two months before the...
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