Michelle Quinn’s bio

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Michelle Quinn covered computers and digital music. She left the Times in October 2008.

She has chronicled the digital revolution since 1993, when she wrote for the first issue of Wired magazine about how computers were changing Hollywood special effects. She covered Netscape’s 1995 public offering for the San Francisco Chronicle and rode the roller coaster of the dot-com boom and bust for the San Jose Mercury News.

In the evenings, the Delaware native can be found at home watching TV shows and movies on her laptop, with another nearby to surf the Web.

Here’s a full list of blog posts by Michelle Quinn.