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Carole I. Smith, Mayor’s Commission on Technology director, 67

This has been updated here. Carole I. Smith, a radio personality, columnist, entrepreneur and educator who advised the city on technology policy, passed Monday evening, a friend told Technically Philly today. She was 67. Educated at Yale University, Occidental College and Temple University, according to an archived biography, Smith was most recently the executive director […]

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This has been updated here.
Carole I. Smith, a radio personality, columnist, entrepreneur and educator who advised the city on technology policy, passed Monday evening, a friend told Technically Philly today. She was 67.
Educated at Yale University, Occidental College and Temple University, according to an archived biography, Smith was most recently the executive director of the Mayor’s Commision on Technology, hosting a monthly Web cast and weekly radio show in that capacity.
Comment from her family or the mayor’s office was not immediately available. This story will be updated as information comes in. Cause of death was not disclosed.
On Wednesdays on 900 AM WURD, Smith hosted Carole’s Technology Corner, discussing mostly national gadget and trend stories with various guests from the region and beyond.

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