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Conference Speaker

Robin Raskin
Founder, Living in Digital Times
Web 2.0; Beyond The Hype, What Is It?
Women at Play: Women as Consumers of Entertainment Technology

Robin Raskin has spent the past 25 years helping parents raise a generation of digital kids. She's the former editor of PC Magazine and former Editor in Chief of FamilyPC. She's been a columnist for USA Today Online and has authored 5 books about parenting in the digital age. She's been featured on most network television shows including: NBC Today Show, Dateline, CNN, MSNBC, Live with Regis and Kelly, CBS Early Show, and Fox's Good Day New York. As a freelance writer her work has appeared in numerous womens' and technology magazines.

Today, Ms. Raskin is known as The Internet Mom, and produces her own monthly television tours on technology that appear nationwide. This year she created a special magazine issue called Raising Teens, and is currently writing a book for Random House called "200 Things Every Parent Needs to Know About Sending their Kids to College". Raskin consults for the technology industry on strategies to reach consumers; clients include Nickelodeon, Intel, The Motion Picture Association of America, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, SONY, Virgin Mobile, Disney Publishing, Ziff Davis Publishing and Gruner and Jahr. She's also the Director of Communications at The Princeton Review. An outspoken advocate for raising safe children in a digital age, Raskin has served on numerous committees in Washington, including a two year stint with the National Academy of Sciences.

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