Josh Constine is the Editor-At-Large for TechCrunch where he’s written four thousand blog posts about tech giants and startups with focuses on social networks, streaming music, and early stage companies.
Josh Constine is the Editor-At-Large for TechCrunch where he’s written four thousand blog posts about tech giants and startups over the past seven years with focuses on social networks, streaming music, and early stage companies. He graduated from Stanford with a Master’s Degree he designed in cybersociology, and a Bachelor’s with Honors in sociology with a focus in social psychology & interpersonal relations. Prior to TechCrunch, Constine was the lead writer of Inside Facebook and Inside Network where he drove readership growth leading to the 6-person startup’s acquisition by WebMediaBrands for $14 million in 2011.
Constine is a keynote speaker known for Secrets To Pitching Press & Investors talk, as well as inspirational lectures on how to turn your passion into your profession, and data-driven slide presentations on emerging trends in fields such as social networks, cryptocurrency, ecommerce, civic technology, and more. He also judges and MCs hackathons and pitch competitions around the world.
Constine has moderated over 160 on-stage talks in 16 countries with notable figures including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram’s founders, whistleblower Edward Snowden, and U.S. Senator Cory Booker. His work has been cited by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the BBC. Constine has been featured on Good Morning, America; NPR; CNN; and China Central Television. He is ranked the #1 most-cited technology journalist by news aggregator Techmeme. Constine lives in San Francisco’s Mission District where he helps run art gallery community space The Sub. You can follow Constine’s work on Twitter, sign up for his newsletter Moving Product, and he is available for speaking engagements. “My mission is to help the world gracefully adapt to the future”.