After three years in service, we’ve seen some pretty talented writers pick up their pens (okay, push their pixels) at SmartPlanet. If you’ve been reading us for that long, you might be wondering what happened to them.
Fear not! They’ve gone on to work at some pretty great places.
Roll call, please:
- Vince Thompson, contributing writer, “People” — running his digital media consulting firm, Middleshift.
- Dana Blankenhorn, contributing writer, technology & healthcare – writing for Seeking Alpha and The Street, among others.
- Deborah Gage, contributing writer, technology – covering Silicon Valley startups at Dow Jones.
- John Dodge, contributing writer, technology – managing the Enterprise CIO Forum community.
- Dan Nosowitz, contributing writer, technology — assistant-editing at Popular Science.
- John Herrman, contributing writer, technology — co-piloting Buzzfeed’s tech-focused FWD.
- Ami Cholia, contributing writer, transportation — managing web and social operations for the New York City Council.
- Melissa Mahony, contributing writer, energy — associate-editing for OnEarth magazine.
- Stacy Lipson, contributing writer – freelancing like a boss.
- Boonsri Dickinson, contributing writer, science — associate-editing InformationWeek’s BYTE.
- Christopher Mims, contributing writer, science & technology — corresponding at The Atlantic’s new business publication, Quartz.
- Hannah Waters, contributing writer, weekends — also freelancing like a boss.
- Ina Damm Muri, contributing writer, weekends — writing, editing, consulting, and being all-around awesome.
- Tom Hancock, Beijing correspondent — corresponding about China and Mongolia for Agence France Presse.
- John Rennie, columnist — directing the science publishing group at McGraw-Hill.
We’re pretty proud of them.
(You may not have known that there are more than 45 people writing for SmartPlanet. See a list of them here.)