Find out more about the people making the difficult decisions.
Salim Mitha is the Senior European Director of Yahoo! Search, managing the consumer search product operations for the UK & Ireland, France, Germany, Spain and Italian territories. Additionally, Salim is responsible for the Yahoo! Social Search businesses across Europe, which includes Yahoo! Answers and del.icio.us. Salim led the initial development and rollout of Y! Answers across Europe, a product which now boasts over 20 million users across Europe and is Yahoo!’s leading user generated / Web 2.0 product.
Technophile, published author and international man of mystery, Haje Kamps is a man with a great many strings to his bow. Formerly a freelance photographer, his passion for technology has led him to the gates of T3 where he has now found a home as Editor of t3.com. While he’ll be especially thrilled to chat about the latest cameras and photographic kit, he’s just as happy giving you tips about automotive news and the hottest gadgets on the market.
Nigel Powell is the website guru for The Sunday Times, where he has written the Don't Panic column for a number of years. Situated in the InGear supplement and previously in Doors, the column answers people's technology queries from security to the Internet.
Nigel's knowledge is second to none and his passion for the web stretches back to the early 1990s. He is also founder and editor of the popular weblog The Red Ferret Journal at www.redferret.net.
Serena Privett is Commercial Director at Condé Nast Interactive UK and a member of CondéNet International’s Management team, implementing Commercial Strategy across UK, Europe and Asia. Serena has been with Condé Nast Interactive for seven years and prior to entering the world of Digital, spent her professional career in B2C & B2B press sales.
Andy is Editor-in-Chief for Yahoo! Europe. 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.
Stuart Miles has learned the ins and outs of technology throughout his ten years as a technology journalist. For the past four years, Stuart has served as editor of Pocket-lint.co.uk, the premier gadget news and reviews site in the UK.
Passionate about all things technology, he is always on the look out for creative, distinctive and easy to use websites as they are the way of the future.
Tom Whitwell is Communities Editor of Times Online, the website of the Times and Sunday Times. He's responsible for their many blogs and managing the 4,000 comments posted on the site each day. In his spare time, he runs the successful music gadget blog Musicthing.co.uk and knows a great deal about old synthesizers and guitars. Previously, Tom was Editor of Mixmag and deputy editor of The Face.
Claire Woffenden is deputy editor at Web User, the UK's best-selling internet magazine.She has worked there since it launched in 2001, and prior to becoming deputy editor she held the position of news editor for two years. Throughout this time she has discovered, reviewed and written about thousands of websites from the bizarre to the revolutionary so is well equipped to spot a dud site from a good one!
Mark Harris is an experienced freelance consumer journalist who currently writes for The Metro, The Independent and T3 magazine. He has a thirst for consumer technology trends and developments and is extremely gadget savvy.
Mark also works regularly in the online space and knows a more than a thing or two about web design and development.
Michael is Creative Director of Paperhorse LLP, the UK's first ethically-led children's communication consultancy, which he founded in 2005. Paperhorse helps organisations get their 'big messages' across to kids, by fusing educational and creative content. He believes that a cross-generational approach is the most effective way to shape the future.
Tom Dunmore is editor-in-chief of Stuff, the world’s best-selling gadget magazine, and its multimedia website www.stuff.tv. 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.