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Kimberley SorensonThe Waterford Institute, Dust or Magic Highlights Foundation 2015
"A wonderful opportunity to get down and dirty with a lot of different voices in a protected space. Inspiring + energizing on all conceivable levels -- many many thanks."
Hans WagnerOwner, Computer Explorers, Dust or Magic 2014
"Just soaked in all of it. Great environment!"
Megan SmithSenior Designer, Interactive Media, Highlights for Children, Dust or Magic 2014
"Warren and Daren really made everyone feel relevant and comfortable. Perfect balance of healthy criticism and ideas for growth."
Bob Tedeschi is a feature writer for STAT, a health blog owned by the Boston Globe. He has written for The New York Times since 1998, when he began writing a weekly the e-commerce column that ran for a decade in the business section. He has also been a columnist for the Travel section, the Real Estate section, and the Sunday regionals section, and his stories have appeared in multiple other sections in the paper, as well as on Page One. In 2008 he reviewed mobile technology and apps for the Personal Technology pages, as the creator and author of the Times’ weekly App Smart column. He has also dabbled in software development, as co-developer of Bobo Explores Light, an educational iPad app for children that was one of three iPad titles this year to win a prestigious Apple Design Award at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference. (Mr. Tedeschi wrote the app under the pseudonym Craig Fusco, and only revealed his identity to Apple after the awards were announced, and after the company had selected the app for its iPad app Hall of Fame.) He is now pursuing other app-development opportunities while on hiatus from technology reporting with the Times, and while contributing to Children’s Technology Review.