Background covering games and interactive technology
At the age of 14, Glenn Rubenstein began his career writing articles on video games and interactive technology, which landed him a decade-long run as a columnist for the San Francisco Examiner.
During this time, he also worked as one of the original Contributing Editors to Wired Magazine and a founding editor at GameSpot. He also co-hosted the nationally syndicated radio show, "On Computers" with Leo Laporte, and made frequent appearances on MSNBC's "The Site" (with host Soledad O'Brien).
Rubenstein went on to contribute to both TechTV and G4, and worked as a Senior Editor at CNET Networks. In addition, he also wrote a column for Sports Illustrated for Kids, as well as an accompanying book.