If you just said, "Who?", go administer to yourself a anesthetic free lobotomy. If you survive that, I'll let you in on the fact that Bonnie Ruberg is the awesomesauce. She has been publishing professionally for more than four years and sits on the steering committee of the Women in Games International.
I swear, I do not have a particular redhead-fetish, at least not that I'm not in denial about. It just seems, to me, that every time I check, the greatest, most amazing geeky hotties (of the female persuasion, personal preference) have a hint of red, at least, in their visible cephalic regions. *Applies for research grant to determine if the "geek gene" is actually on chromosome 16 beside red hair*
If, and this is feeling highly of myself for a moment, if there is an individual out there whom I would strive to be worthy of collaborating with on articles of pop-culture or any other, it would be Bonnie Ruberg.
Recently married to game designer Scott Jon Siegel, she needs no geek cred by association, (sorry Scott, YOU get geek cred for associating with your wife, so there:P) writing primarily for The Economist, Forbes.com, PC World, and SF Weekly. She's written before for Wired, Macworld, and Joystiq, and founded Heroine Sheik in '05. Do visit, be nice, and enjoy her venting her thoughts on sex in video games. Wish I'd have run into her when I was running an island in SL, I'd have "tried" to give her a run for her money.
According to Bonnie's "About Bonnie" she wants a unicorn, but would settle for a pony. Ok, no ponies here, or unicorns, however, care of Spippo, we present her with an image of an uber horsie.