MacVoices #19138: Robyn Weisman Helps You Take Control of Your Browser

Robyn Weisman has released her first Take Control book, Take Control of Your Browser, to help us get the most out of one of the most-used applications on your devices, no matter which one you prefer. In her first time on MacVoices, Robyn explains why she wanted to author this book, discusses what browsers she uses, and then digs in to some specific topics. Bookmarks, tabs, extensions are all options that you may not be using to their fullest. Robyn will help you surf faster, better, and more efficiently.


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Robyn Weisman is a longtime technology writer, mostly focused on the enterprise IT space. A second-generation Los Angeles native and current resident, Robyn earned a BA in American Studies from Stanford University and then an MFA in Screenwriting from USC. She fell into technology writing as a way to support herself after graduating from film school and discovered that it was something she liked doing for its own sake. After covering the commerce angle as a reporter for several years, she turned her focus to the enterprise IT side of the industry. Her move to content copywriting happened organically, after receiving several inquiries from companies she had covered over the years.

After working as a freelance copywriter for general IT and cybersecurity companies, Robyn is now senior content writer at Venafi, a cybersecurity company focused on managing and protecting machine identities such as SSL/TLS certificates and SSH keys. When Robyn isn’t working, you can find her hiking local canyons, driving her 1964 Ford Falcon Squire station wagon around town or obsessing about the L.A. Dodgers. She is also the earliest known photobomber, according to several sources. You can reach Robyn via Twitter or via email.


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