Executive Editor at CNET News
San Francisco Bay Area | Newspapers
I am an Executive Editor at CNET News. I write about Microsoft, VR and video games and manage coverage of social networking, Internet giants, cybersecurity, the sharing economy, venture capital and wearable tech.
Before that, I wrote about consumer technology from The Wall Street Journal's San Francisco bureau. I covered everything from video games to smartphones and computers made by Apple, Dell and H-P. Before that, I covered microchip companies and the retail sector for Reuters News in its San Francisco and Chicago bureaus.
A Silicon Valley native, I have long been a technology buff. I've followed the ups and downs of the industry since I was a kid, and even picked up some computer coding languages along the way. I also spent some time as an I.T. worker for a Pentagon contractor in Washington, D.C.
I graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz and earned a master’s degree from U.C. Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism.
Specialties: I can translate Nerd to English in record time.
Executive Editor (2014 - Present)
Public Company, 201-500, Online Publishing
I'm in charge of breaking news and features for CNET News on the west coast. I also manage reporters with beats ranging from video games to Internet giants, the sharing economy to wearables, and venture capital to cyber security.
I write about Microsoft, VR, games and work on special projects as well.
I'm also often on TV and radio discussing tech trends. Daily segments include KCBS (SF) and weekly ones with WGN (Chicago).
Find more on my LinkedIn profile.