Blue is a ZDNet, c|net, CBS News journalist, educator, speaker, crisis counselor, and a volunteer NGO trainer. She is outspoken and controversial. She lost a domain to the Libyan Government, was famously yelled at by Steve Jobs, was the locus of Google's nymwars, and was the first female podcaster. Blue won a Federal lawsuit to stop an impersonator from using her name and likeness; she was SF Chronicle's sex columnist, is regularly censored, and she feels equally at home in a machine shop or tucked away with her laptop as she is on her motorcycle. Her sharp editorial eye and skill as an author has won many awards for her 40+ print books. She was the notorious sex columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle.
Violet Blue also headlines at conferences ranging from CCC (29c3), Security B-Sides, ETech, LeWeb and SXSW: Interactive, to Google Tech Talks at Google, Inc.
The London Times named Blue "One of the 40 bloggers who really count."
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