Ryan 'Fritz' Holznagel is an Emmy-winning writer who now specializes in clear and witty text for online projects. He won an Emmy in 1992 for the CBS TV special "A Claymation Easter Celebration," and went on to become editor-in-chief of the Internet review site Point (later called Top 5%), editing The World Wide Web Top 1000 (1996) and creating The Lycos 50 feature -- the first weekly ranking of the web's most-searched terms. Fritz wrote on staff for Google from 2004-2009, and has freelanced for Intuit, Universal Studios, Ooyala, Wine.com and many other companies. He writes web copy, blog posts, and descriptive copy of all kinds, with a special interest in editing and rewriting. Among other projects, he helped write Google's hit 2010 HTML5 ebook 20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web.
In a TV-age sidelight, Fritz was the winner of the 1995 Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions, having defeated that year's other top Jeopardy! champs to win cash and eternal bragging rights. He interviewed fellow champ Ken Jennings at Google in 2007. He is also co-founder of the popular biographical site Who2.com.