Anita Hamilton

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Anita Hamilton
Nationality United States
Education Dartmouth College, university in Hanover, New Hampshire
Occupation Magazine editor, journalist, author
Title Staff writer, Time

Anita Hamilton is a journalist whose career began at her college newspaper, The Dartmouth, where she was a reporter and editor. She went on to edit articles about computers and software at PC World in San Francisco, then became a founding editor of the pioneering tech news site CNET. After several years as a staff writer at Time magazine, covering technology, business, and lifestyle topics, she is now a contributor to the magazine and website, based in New York City. She has also written for Bloomberg Businessweek, Time Out New York, San Francisco Focus and Fast Company.[1]

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