I’m Gina Smith. An award-winning scitech journalist, I’m 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 (WW Norton, 2007/2014), and several other books you might have heard of.
I’m also a former ABC News on-air network correspondent and a four-time tech CEO. You maybe also remember me from the weekly, nationally-syndicated four-hour live call-in show I did for years with Leo Laporte, called On Computers.
Or maybe not. You can read more about that stuff here.
As the founder and editorial director of aNewDomain, BreakingModern and the new SkewedNews with Ted Rall. I run a team of some of the best writers, editors, cartoonists, columnists and video creators in the business. We do journalism. All three of those sites are rare birds — independent, non ad-supported, non-monetized media outlets. That is why we’re able to do so much old-fashioned journalism on those pages. No one and nothing compromises us. If you like deep, authoritative and reliable coverage on tech, politics, sports, music, current events and more, we aim to deliver.
But someone has to pay the bills.
To foot the cost of such independent journalism, my team and I help Fortune 50 firms in branding, marketing and all manner of content marketing services. We assemble plug-in editorial, social, web and video teams that provide corporations with a beefy stream of shareable, evocative content on their blogs and other sites. Content that is journalistic in quality and gorgeous to read and watch. We helped launch Dell Tech Page One, HTC’s BreakingModern millennial culture blog and other high profile projects. We can help you with yours at a fraction of what a PR agency or high-end content house would provide you, and with real journalistic quality.
If you want to know more about what I do, what we do or what we’ve done, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and cc Cindy@anewdomain.net.
Here’s my CV, by the way.
And here’s the Gina Smith page on Wikipedia.