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Dawn Gordon Luks & Ron Luks

A veteran consumer electronics journalist with over 30 years experience; Dawn Gordon Luks has written over 2000 articles, product reviews, buyers’ guides and advice columns for publications such as:

  • Playboy
  • Rolling Stone
  • Billboard
  • Consumer’s Digest
  • PC Magazine
  • High Fidelity
  • Stereo Review
  • Video Magazine
  • New York Post
  • Popular Mechanics
  • Popular Science
  • Car Audio
  • Mobile Office
  • Popular Computing
  • Home Entertainment
  • Electronic Games
  • VideoGames
  • Popular Photography
  • Palm Beach Post
  • Around the House
  • CMS Newsline

In 1985, Dawn founded and managed the Consumer Electronics Forums, the definitive electronic resource for consumer electronics news, product information and advice on the CompuServe online service (now a division of America Online). Dawn ran the Electronics Forums for 13 years, after which Microsoft hired her and her husband Ron Luks to create and run a similar service for the Microsoft Network.

Today, Dawn designs and installs home audio, home theater, home telephone and home automation systems via her company Egret Electronics. Egret has been at the forefront of home electronics technology – both providing a personalized experience for it’s clients, and eliminating the confusion inherent in today’s complicated systems.

In addition to her installation schedule, Dawn writes a highly popular online electronics column called The Cutting Edge for AOL Web Properties, and she is also the electronics editor/writer for an upscale local Palm Beach County publication called Designer’s Showcase.

Ron Luks is Co-Owner of Egret Electronics and a principal in Fun Online Corp. Since 1980, Ron has been providing content creation and licensing services, online community management and real time publication services to the major commercial online services including CompuServe,, AOL and the Microsoft Network. Prior to his pioneering services to the online industry, Ron was a partner in the Wall Street firm of Ernst & Co., and a member of the American Stock Exchange and other national stock and commodity exchanges.