Gina Smith is the Editor-in-Chief of BYTE. She is leading the launch, managing the contributors, setting tone and style, assigning stories and editing. She'll be hosting BYTE TV and BYTE Radio shows also. She is a NYT best-selling author of iWOZ ( Steve Wozniak's biography) and The Genomics Age, a Barron's Book of the Year. She is also a multiple award-winning journalist and radio host. She was ABC's first national tech correspondent, explaining tech to millions weekly on Good Morning America and World News Tonight for several years. Her weekly radio show, On Computers with Gina Smith, reached a million listeners weekly from 1990 to 2000. She was CEO of the first thin client company, founded with Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, and as a VC has nurtured several startups. She was on the launch teams of CNET, ZDTV, ZDNET, Wired and E3. Her articles and regular columns have appeared in the MIT Technology Journal, CNET, Wired, PC Week, PC/Computing, the Los Angeles Times, Popular Science and many other publications. She served on the board of University of Southern California's School of Engineering and now serves with Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales on his non-profit against cyber-bullying, civiliination.org. She was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in Technology by Upside Magazine, among many other accolades. She recently finished her PhD work (dissertation in progress), and is a Pushcart prize nominee. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.