AJ Dellinger is a politics and innovation writer at Mic, where he writes about climate change, sustainability, environmentalism, technology, and social media. He also covers news about the tech industry, politics, and current events. AJ's bylines have also appeared in Forbes, U.S. News and World Report, CNET, Engadget, Digital Trends, and others. Prior to joining Mic, AJ was nights and weekends editor at Gizmodo, technology reporter at Newsweek and International Business Times, and staff writer at the Daily Dot. His reporting has been cited in a number of major publications and appeared in academic texts. He has appeared on Cheddar TV, WGN Radio, and served as a panelist and moderator at Structure Security Conference. AJ resides in Madison, Wisconsin, and spends much of his free time fretting way too much about basketball. You can follow AJ on Twitter at @ajdell and learn more about his work at www.ajdellinger.com.
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