Robin Raskin has spent the past 30 years exploring what it means to be living in digital times. An author, editor, magazine publisher, blogger, TV and radio personality, and consultant, Raskin says she’s never met a media she doesn’t like and is happiest when she’s promoting how kids, seniors and women interact with technology. In 2007, Raskin became the founder of Living In Digital Times: A Playdate with Technology, an event created in partnership with the Consumer Electronics Association(CES). That show has grown to encompass six different technology conferences and showcases (and two awards shows) (, that all take place at the January CES in Las Vegas. Raskin is the former editor of PC Magazine and Editor in Chief of FamilyPC and one of the founder columnists at Yahoo!Tech. She’s been a columnist for USA Today Online and has authored 6 books about parenting in the digital age. Raskin lives in NYC and the Hudson Valley, with her husband, her three drop in now and then children, and closets full of obsolete technology.



Linda is the Managing Partner of Living in Digital Times, which focuses on technology that’s relevant to particular lifestyles and Founder of Design Concepts DMC, a production company hosting corporate events, tradeshows and summits. Prior to Living in Digital Times and Design Concepts DMC, Linda completed an 18-year stint as Executive Vice President of Communications and Branding for The Princeton Review, a leading provider of education services and products, with more than 200 publications and 150,000 students worldwide. In her role, Linda was responsible for overseeing all public relations, market research, marketing communication efforts and Human Resources for the company.




Julie Sylvester, is the Co-Producer of FashionWare and the Sports and Fitness tech Summit at CES. She loves travelling and is constantly examining trends that promote a new point of view and gives garments new functionality. Targeting fashion aficionados and technologists, Julie searches for hightech fashions that are transforming the industry. Julie started a career in the theatre by relocating from the Midwest to the East Coast and eventually ended up in New York. Her production company Julie & Friends produces private and corporate events as well as fundraisers. She is on the Board of the League of Professional Theatre Women and the Co- Chair for the 30th Anniversary Celebration of the League in 2012.