Writer, Speaker and Consultant
In 1986, she began at Apple, where she had the opportunity to do pioneering work in multimedia hardware, software and publishing. In 1993, Stone joined Microsoft Research. She co-founded and directed the Virtual Worlds Group/Social Computing Group, researching online social life and virtual communities. In 2000, she took a VP role at Microsoft, helping improve industry relationships and contribute to a constructive evolution of the corporate culture. She retired from Microsoft in 2002. She has also taught as adjunct faculty at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program.
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