Joel H Gyllenskog, Age 7211722 Powderhorn St, Boise, ID 83713

Joel Gyllenskog Phones & Addresses

11722 Powderhorn St, Boise, ID 83713 (208) 322-5755 (208) 658-4942

2808 N Cole Rd, Boise, ID 83704 (208) 322-5755

7470 Holbrook St, Boise, ID 83704 (208) 322-5755

6869 Kingsdale Dr, Boise, ID 83704 (208) 376-2131

Meridian, ID

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Joel Gyllenskog Photo 1

Owner, Microworks, Inc.

Position:
President at MicroWorks, Inc.
Location:
Boise, Idaho Area
Industry:
Consumer Services
Work:
MicroWorks, Inc. since Jul 1995
President
Hewlett-Packard 1989 - 1995
Software Engineer
Education:
California Institute of Technology 1969 - 1970
Interests:
family, puzzle solving, the oriental game "Go", volleyball
Joel Gyllenskog Photo 2

President At Microworks, Inc.

Position:
President at MicroWorks, Inc.
Location:
Boise, Idaho Area
Industry:
Computer Software
Work:
MicroWorks, Inc.
President
Education:
California Institute of Technology 1969 - 1971

Publications

Us Patents

System And Method For Printing Application And Printer Independent Bar Codes

US Patent:
6607130, Aug 19, 2003
Filed:
Sep 14, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/953421
Inventors:
Joel Gyllenskog - Boise ID
Assignee:
MicroWorks, Inc. - Boise ID
International Classification:
G06K 1906
US Classification:
23546225, 23546215
Abstract:
This invention teaches a system and method for printing bar codes where the bar code logic is encapsulated in a modularized barcode encoder in a host computer, independent from either an associated printer or an associated application program. This novel modularization allows sophisticated and flexible barcode printing from a wide range of applications programs and a wide range of printers where neither the printer nor the application program necessarily has barcode logic. Barcode logic can thus be produced, packaged, and maintained by barcode specialists without requiring changes to either the associated printers or application programs.

Institutional Electronic Messaging System

US Patent:
7502451, Mar 10, 2009
Filed:
Mar 30, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/308505
Inventors:
Joel Gyllenskog - Boise ID,
Larry Larsen - Boise ID,
Randall D. Barber - Boise ID,
Albert Pittman - Boise ID,
James Graham - Boise ID,
Assignee:
Microworks, Inc. - Boise ID
International Classification:
H04M 11/00
US Classification:
37910008, 705 64, 705408, 705406, 379199, 707 9, 382101, 709206
Abstract:
An electronic messaging system for both participating institutions and nonparticpating institutions and their populations. When an institution is participating in the system of the present invention, both message senders and recipients are authenticated and known and verified before any communication can take place. Messages for institutions not currently participating in the system are converted to printed mail for delivery to the non-participating institution using traditional postal systems. The present invention also teaches novel message processing techniques that take advantage of the electronic format of the messages to provide automated security and translation and/or transliteration services and further teaches the novel feature of marking incoming messages with a code to assist in accurately and secure delivery of reply messages to the appropriate party.

System And Method For Utilizing Multiple Fonts

US Patent:
2003017, Sep 18, 2003
Filed:
Mar 13, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/097881
Inventors:
Joel Gyllenskog - Boise ID,
Daniel Posey - Boise ID,
International Classification:
G06T011/00
US Classification:
345/471000
Abstract:
This invention teaches a system and method for printing bar codes and forms in a soft font environment. Special codes that identify the underlying font and character code of a screen font are encoding in the drawing instructions of a soft font, allowing systems that monitor print data to identify the original character strings and substitute alternate printing fonts, even in environments where coding information is discarded during print text formatting. Applications, such as barcode applications that require additional characters to produce a barcode suitable for scanning, can seamlessly provide the additional control characters without interaction from the user or application program.

Universal Serial Bus Shield

US Patent:
2013016, Jun 27, 2013
Filed:
Dec 22, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/335610
Inventors:
Joel Gyllenskog - Boise ID,
International Classification:
G06F 21/00
US Classification:
726 30
Abstract:
A system for thwarting malicious malware attacks on computing devices potentially introduced by flash drives and similar universal serial bus (“USB”) devices. The system disclosed herein includes a USB shield that treats both a hosting computer and a newly inserted USB device with appropriate caution and monitors interactions between the host and the device based on its own logic. In some embodiments, the USB shield is configured independently of its intended host or intended target device. Once configured, the shield is typically plugged into a host computer, and then a desired USB device is plugged into the shield and then monitors and blocks all communications inconsistent with its configuration parameters. In some embodiments, the USB shield modifies certain communications (such as filenames) as a safety precaution if so configured to defeat auto-run logic even if configured on a host computer.

Low-Level Direct Connect For Pcl Printers

US Patent:
5633992, May 27, 1997
Filed:
May 31, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/658916
Inventors:
Joel H. Gyllenskog - Boise ID
Assignee:
Hewlett-Packard Company - Palo Alto CA
International Classification:
G06F 1500
US Classification:
395114
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for coordinating a mode of communication between a host module and a receiving module wherein a specific data string is selected which, when sent to a receiving module, specifically a printer, requests the printer to convert to a packetized data command format. If the printer is capable of communicating in a packetized format the printer converts accordingly and transmits the appropriate response to the computer. If, on the other hand, the printer is not capable of communicating in a packetized format and does not recognize the specific data string, the specific data string will be ignored by the printer as null characters.

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