Suzanne Stefanac has written about technology and its social and business implications for more than fifteen years. Her work has been published in Wired, Macworld, Salon, PC World, Publish, New Media, San Francisco Chronicle, California Lawyer, and Rolling Stone, among others. She was the founding editor of Macworld Online; executive producer for The Site, an hour-long nightly MSNBC show about technology and it's implications; and co-founder/senior vice president for creative and production for RespondTV, an interactive television infrastructure company. More recently, she has provided strategic consulting and web development for General Wesley Clark's PAC; Quincy Jones' We Are the Future project; and Macarthur Fellow and American Book awardee Guillermo Gómez-Peña. She is currently Director of the American Film Institute's Digital Content Lab.