Winner of last year’s Yahoo! Finds of The Year People’s Choice Award, Jonti became a freelance director in September 2002 working on Wobbl and Bob for MTV. He has worked on several successful viral campaigns for Lastminute.com, Hula Hoops and the BBC. After forming Sumo Dojo with bearded producer Mick Foley he made a series of TV ads for Anchor Butter and continued his work with music videos and many commercial and personal projects, which usually feature immature humour not befitting a man of his age.
He maintains his award winning website Weebls-Stuff.com which receives over 50 million hits a month, and is a big hit with the ladies due to his enormous collection of really bad kung-fu films.
Salim is the Director of Yahoo! Search, UK & Ireland with overall responsibility for the growth and development of Yahoo!’s Search division. He is spearheading the introduction of locally relevant products and services that leverage Yahoo!’s leading global search technology, unique content and user relationships to enable people to find, use, share & expand all human knowledge.
Salim holds a Master of Business Administration from Stanford University, and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School of Business.
Andy is Senior Content Producer for Yahoo! Search and for the past six years has been responsible for editorial standards and relevancy in the UK. In pre-Yahoo! incarnations, Andy has held the esteemed position of car park attendant, barman, labourer, and researcher. He has a degree in English and Linguistics from the University of Westminster and in his spare time does not maintain any web sites listed for the Finds of the Year award. He does however maintain a keen interest in architecture, environmental issues, and is a well know repository of information on certain ales and drinking establishments in London
Luke Peters been at Computeractive magazine for the past six years; the last three holding the position of Reviews Editor. Throughout this time he has contributed to various technology publications and websites, and has also been the News Editor for Web Active magazine - Computeractive's sister publication.
As well as playing with all the latest gadgets and gizmos, and having an insiders scope on emerging technology, his time in the industry has allowed him to garner a good perspective of the World Wide Web, highlighting what ingredients are needed to make a website successful, or not…
Tom Dunmore is editor-in-chief of Stuff, the world’s best-selling gadget magazine. He is also a freelance journalist whose writing about technology and entertainment has appeared in a wide range of publications, from Heat to The Sunday Times. Tom regularly appears on television and radio, talking tech on programmes including Channel 5’s Gadget Show, Bravo’s Gadgets & Stuff, BBC Breakfast and Sky News. He spends most of his time playing with shiny toys and giggling like a lunatic.
Kieran is Features Editor of Metro. Put his name into Yahoo! and you'll find he has written about travel (anywhere from St Petersburg to Beirut), food (having been a London restaurant critic for many years) and interviewed everyone from Robert Duvall to Tracy Chapman. You'll also see that he is a motorbike reviewer, has written several Rough Guides (including the 500,000 copy Foreign Office Guide To Safer Travel) and went to school in some odd places. It also turns out that Meeke is a very uncommon name and World Rally star Kris Meeke (also from Northern Ireland) is therefore some sort of cousin.