Wendy Boswell is your About Guide to Web Search. She has been on the Web for over a decade and has significant experience in Web search strategies, Web search hacks and tricks, and knows where to find the "really good stuff" - from interactive tutorials to cutting edge technology to just plain wild and weird.
Wendy's relevant work experience includes creating a series of successful online businesses, creating several non-profit community websites, organizing retreats for a non-profit conference center, technical writing work for a CAD company, and writing a beginners guide to search engine optimization manual for Register.com. She worked as a features writer and Weekend Editor for Lifehacker for two years, wrote quite a few blogs for b5 Media, one of the largest blog networks on the Web today, and serves as a consultant for non-profits, local businesses, and start-ups looking for Internet marketing services. She has worked closely with several major companies, including Intel, the New York Times, and Gawker Media.
Wendy published a book titled The About.com Guide to Online Research: Navigate the Web--From RSS and the Invisible Web to Multimedia and the Blogosphere that is available at all major bookstores.
Wendy graduated with a bachelors degree from Oregon State University. She also cultivates a keen interest in new media technology, and serves as a contractor/consultant with various high-tech companies and organizations.