Jill Duffy is a writer and technology analyst, specializing in productivity software, iOS, and apps and gadgets for health and fitness. She writes a weekly column on PCMag.com called "Get Organized," with tips on how to lead a better and more organized digital life. Her book, Get Organized: How to Clean Up Your Messy Digital Life provides detailed introductions for people of all experience levels to clear out all the electronic clutter that’s weighing them down.
Duffy has spoken at TED@250, the National Conference of State Legislators, CES, the Game Developer’s Conference, among other venues, and has appeared on NPR, CNBC, WNYC, and other broadcast channels.
Before joining PCMag.com, she was senior editor at the Association for Computing Machinery, a non-profit membership organization for computer scientists and students. She also spent five years as a writer and managing editor of Game Developer magazine, and contributor to Gamasutra.com. In 2006, she was named one of the 100 most influential women in the video game industry.
Her writing has appeared in Popular Science, The San Francisco Examiner, Intelligent Enterprise magazine, and several other publications. You can follow her on Twitter @jilleduffy.