These expert panelists chose the top 10 winners in Disruptors
Dotcom is an entrepreneur, musician, and technological visionary best known as the founder of cloud-storage provider Megaupload, a file-sharing site once listed as the 13th most popular destination on the Internet—before it was seized by the U.S. Justice Department in January 2012.
Sanders is the CEO and cofounder of the National Center for Women & Information Technology, an organization working to bring more women and girls into the computing and IT fields.
Schreiber created Pitchfork in 1995 as a resource for independent music. Since then, the online publication has launched a festival, a new genre of online music critique, and the careers of many musicians—in the process growing to command serious influence among music fans.
Mullenweg is a founding developer of WordPress, the free, open-source blogging tool kit that powers a significant share of the top websites on the Internet.
Pincus is a cofounder of One Kings Lane, an upscale home décor and furnishings flash-sales site. She is half of a Silicon Valley power couple; her husband, Mark Pincus, runs the online gaming company Zynga.
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