Television Appearances for shows not listed at TV.com
Race to G-Phoria - Herself
Crashing G-Phoria - Herself
On May 20, 2006 - Sarah married her former Attack of the Show Co-host Brendan Moran. On December 31, 2008 Sarah confirmed on her blog that she and Brendan had divorced.
Sarah dated former The Screen Savers and Attack of the Show host Kevin Rose.
Sarah's favorite car type is a Honda, specifically it's the Honda Civic Hybrid due to it's fuel efficiency.
Sarah joined TechTV in February 2001.
Sarah's first computer was an IBM, which she claims only had WordPerfect and Solitaire on it.
Sarah has a fondness for cats.
Sarah's hobbies include running, photography, frequenting antique stores, and buying shoes.
In the great computer debate (Mac vs. PC) Sarah is a PC person.
Sarah's favorite video game is Tetris
Lane directed and produced a weekly news magazine program called "Next Step" for KRON-TV out of San Jose, California. The show focused on the technology and people from Silicon Valley.
Lane obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast & Electronic Communication Arts from San Francisco State University.
One of Sarah's most well known accomplishments was "vandalising" the Wikipedia website page on monkeypox, on a live show of The Screen Savers. She submitted "Sarah Lane is totally cool and does not have monkeypox" and it was accepted instantly. She did this to expose the security flaws and lack of moderation on the Wikipedia site.
While she was working at TechTV, Sarah would often have a sign saying "Sarah Rules" on her webcam. This sign, as well as many other versions, would often be held or be in the background of many other TechTV crew webcams.
List of Sarah's Favorites
Book: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S.Thompson
Football Team: San Francisco 49ers
Television Shows: Twin Peaks and Seinfeld.
Sarah is a huge fan of the films of David Lynch.
Sarah participated with Melanie Kim, Cat Schwartz, Laura Swisher and Morgan Webb in Playboy.com's "Geek Love - The Ladies of TechTV" poll.
Sarah appeared with fellow TechTV personalities Sumi Das, Chi-Lan Lieu, Cat Schwartz, Laura Swisher and Morgan Webb for the "Strange New Element" music video for the band Low Water.
Along with Chi-Lan Lieu, Brendan Moran, Kevin Rose, Adam Sessler and Morgan Webb, Sarah was one of only six TechTV main on-air talents to survive the massive layoffs resulting from the May 2004 merger of G4 and TechTV.