gina smith bioIt’s Throwback Thursday here in 2016. Man.

Twenty years ago, you know what I was doing? I was writing a column called “Inside Silicon Valley” for the  San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle Sunday edition. (The two papers were combined back then, and both were Hearst Publications).

At the same time, I wrote a syndicated column, based at the Examiner, called “Ask Gina.” I think it was the very first computer advice column ever. This is back when I was hosting the On Computers radio call in show with Leo Laporte, so the whole thing felt not so revolutionary. You can check out the link here … or read below.

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About the author

Gina

Gina Smith is the New York Times bestselling author of Apple founder Steve Wozniak's biography, iWOZ: How I Invented the Personal Computer and Had Fun Doing It. A former national TV correspondent and nationally syndicated talk radio host, she is an award winning tech journalist and editorial director of aNewDomain Media, which produces independent journalistic blogs and content for Fortune 50 companies. Separately.

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