Kate Bevan is a writer and broadcaster who loves technology and lives in London. She has written for publications from Hello! magazine to the Financial Times, and pretty much everything in between, and is best known as a technology writer for the Guardian.
Kate has appeared on BBC TV and Radio as well as Sky News talking about technology, social media and the internet. She has a flat full of computers, tablets, mobile phones and vintage dresses and is not known for her cupcakes, meringues or early nights.
Kate is always interested in what people are talking about, reading, watching and listening to.
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@Scientits We should run away somewhere and live on gin, sad choices and non-organic produce.
In other news, people are stunningly gullible. theguardian.com/environment/20…
RT: Also, this can’t be stressed enough: What @susanthesquark did was incredibly brave, given the NDAs she certainly signed. She’s a true hero.