Cheyenne is Deputy Editor at Input covering the messy, beautiful, sometimes terrifying crossroads of human culture and technology. CES’s Final Girl, if you will. From Big Tech accountability and innovation as a means for social progress to the offbeat gadgets and virtual spaces that provide us necessary escapes, she approaches reporting with a focus on community care and empowerment. Her amorphous beat also includes chronic illness, sex tech, marijuana, and comics.
In addition to her work at Input, she runs a sporadic science-focused newsletter, the perpetual stew, and reports locally about innovation in the Hudson Valley, NY, building on her years of experience as a science & technology reporter. Offline, she is a helicopter ferret mom, Tamagotchi hoarder, and wildlife rehabilitator-in-training.
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