Scott Kirsner edits the blog CinemaTech, and is finishing a book about the long love-hate relationship between Hollywood and new technologies. He has been a contributing writer for Fast Company and Wired since 1997. He also writes the monthly "Entertainment 2.0" column for the Boston Globe, which runs on Sundays. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, The Hollywood Reporter, Salon, the San Jose Mercury News, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Newsweek, among other publications.
Kirsner is a frequent moderator and event host, and is also one of the founders of the annual Nantucket Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovation (www.nantucketconference.com), and Future Forward: The New England Technology Summit (www.futureforward.com). He is a graduate of Boston University’s College of Communications and the New World School of the Arts, in Miami.