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Gina Smith is one of the nation's best known tech journalists. She is the New York Times bestselling author of Apple founder Steve Wozniak's biography, iWoz, The Mountain Within and The Genomics Age, a Barron's Book of the Year, among others.
With Dr. Jerry Pournelle and John C. Dvorak, Gina is founder and edit director of aNewDomain and its sites, including the millennial culture site BreakingModern.com, the upcoming satire mag SkewedNews.net with Ted Rall and CubaNews.biz.
Trivia: Gina Smith was the first tech journalist at ABC News, appearing several times weekly on Good Morning America, World News Tonight with Peter Jennings and 20/20. She was on the startup teams of Wired and CNET. She hosted On Computers with Gina Smith and Leo Laporte during the 1990s, a show reaching millions of listeners for vie hours every Sunday. In 2000 she cofounded, with Oracle founder Larry Ellison, the first network computer company, The New Internet Computer (NIC) Company.
The winner of 12 investigative journalism awards, Gina was in 2002 listed as one of the most powerful people in Silicon Valley.
She has since served on the boards of Wikipedia's Civilination, the USC School of Engineering and several other non-profits.
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