In more than a decade at WIRED, Mark Robinson has served as a senior editor, articles editor, and, now, features editor. He assigns, edits, and top edits long-form pieces for print, the web, ebooks, and the digital edition. The articles range across WIREDâs waterfront, from profiles of Edward Snowden, James Cameron, and Kim Dotcom to groundbreaking looks at autism and self-driving cars. In 2005 he and writer Jeff Howe were talking about a pitch for a business trend story and coined the word âcrowdsourcing.â It is now in the Oxford dictionary. He led the front-of-book team that won a National Magazine Award for best section, and two stories he edited have been nominated for National Magazine Awards for feature writing. Over the years, 11 features assigned by Robinson have been collected in annual anthologies, including the Best American Magazine Writing, Best Technology Writing, Best American Science and Nature Writing, and Best American Science Writing. Two stories he edited have been named the best magazine story of the year by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Robinson attended Stanfordâs masterâs program in communication.
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