NYT best--selling author, award-winning print, TV, radio, online journalist, renowned public speaker and, now, founder and edit director of aNewDomain.net with John C. Dvorak and Dr. Jerry Pournelle.
Meet Gina Smith

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Gina is one of the best-known voices covering sci-tech, Internet politics and pop culture today. Millions of Americans know Gina from ABC News, where she served for years as its first-ever national TV tech correspondent and as its frequent overnight anchor. She appeared daily or weekly on such news programs as Good Morning America, World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, Nightline with Ted Koppel and 20/20. Her award-winning columns have appeared in such diverse outlets as Popular Science, Glamour, the San Francisco Chronicle, Wired, The New York Times, BYTE, National Public Radio, Buzz, Slate and the Washington Post ...

Gina penned Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak's New York Times best-selling biography of Apple founder Steve Wozniak -- iWoz: How I Invented the Personal Computer and Had Fun Doing It. Her book about the DNA revolution, The Genomics Age, is a Barron's Book of the Year.

Now edit director and co-founder with John C. Dvorak of the scitech and geek culture site aNewDomain, Gina's now-legendary team includes some of the top writers, editors, photojournalists, techpros and artists in the world. Their mission is to reignite independent and ethical journalism in tech and other high-interest sectors. Contact Gina or her team directly if you're interested in partnering or working with aNewDomain, aGNUDomain or other sites and services in the aNewDomain network. The sites are hiring now.

Gina reaches more than a million people daily through the social networks. The best way to reach her is via her contact page at  Google+  Follow and DM her on Twitter @ginasmith888

A two-time Pushcart Prize nominee, Gina has won more than a dozen awards for her investigative and breaking news reporting in print, online, and on TV and radio. Upside Magazine in 2001 listed Gina as one of top 100 most powerful people in Silicon Valley. To book Gina for a talk or speech, contact her rep at the Washington Speakers Bureau.