Contributing Editor Spencer Reiss joined Wired in San Francisco in 1996. A former a Newsweek correspondent in Asia, Africa, the Mid East and Latin America, he focuses on the global impact of innovation, ranging from telecommunications and new media to energy and the environment. His numerous Wired bylines include cover stories on Bill Joy, Rupert Murdoch, and Richard Branson, along with “Why $5 Gas is Good for America.”
In his spare time Spencer directs IGNITION, Business Insider's annual conference on the future of digital media. He also reviews books about technology and business for The Wall Street Journal.
A graduate of Dartmouth College and Columbia University, he lives in Lakeville, Connecticut.
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