A much-needed, comprehensive guide to defining our lives in the context of today’s digital age. With personal anecdotes and detailed tips, Sarah Granger sheds a beautiful light on many of the issues that have been on my mind, both personally and professionally.”
Randi Zuckerberg, New York Times bestselling author of Dot Complicated
"Sarah Granger knows what works on the Internet, and how it can be used in genuine and effective ways. The Digital Mystique articulates that know-how in ways useful both for people new to social media, and for those who are experienced and looking for a new perspective."
Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist
There are many thinkers contemplating how to bring balance and serenity to our overstimulated lives, but few as profound and practical as Sarah Granger. Put her advice to practice. The quality of your life, both online and off, will depend upon it.”
Amanda Enayati, CNN contributor and author of Seeking Serenity
The online world can open up doors: You can make an impact, get connected, even find love. But most of us have no idea how to navigate these new lands. Here's Sarah Granger to show us the way.”
Nilofer Merchant, bestselling author of 11 Rules for Creating Value in #SocialEra
Sarah Granger is a terrific guide to help us let technology empower instead of overwhelm. She is signal in the noise.”
Tiffany Shlain, founder of The Webby Awards
Sarah Granger is the quintessential digital maven with her finger on the pulse of digital life. She has written a smart, funny, and invaluable book packed with rich stories and great ideas for anyone who wants to get’ the Internet and understand how it can help them in their daily lives.”
Denise Brosseau, author of Ready to Be a Thought Leader?
About the Author
Sarah Granger is an award-winning digital media innovator who writes and speaks on how information technology impacts our lives and our world. A first-generation digital native, Granger has spent more than 25 years launching, building, and advising Internet and social media ventures, starting with a bulletin board system she published online at age 14 in Kansas City.
Granger's writing has appeared in numerous publications, including The San Francisco Chronicle, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, The Huffington Post, Vogue, and BlogHer. She was a contributing author to three books: Ethical Hacking; Shift & Reset; and Diplomacy, Development and Security in the Information Age. Her lectures and keynotes have been delivered to a global audience at universities and conferences around the world, and she has been featured on Good Morning America, CBS News, RT, and NPR. In 2012, she was recognized as a 40 Under 40” rising star by The Silicon Valley Business Journal.
A graduate of the University of Michigan, Granger has traveled to more than 35 countries and now lives in Silicon Valley. Stay in touch with her at sarahgranger.com.