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I’m a family-friendly cyborg who loves making stuff on the Internet and photographing miniature pop culture icons.


In 1994 I married my college sweetheart, Leslie Scott and moved to the Austin, Texas area, where we live today. You can find her knocking about on the Internet as well, including on Twitter as, and her blog Better Rhetoric.


I’m the proud dad of two wonderful kids. My son is in high school, plays clarinet, bass guitar, and ukelele, and is learning web development. My daughter is in elementary school, sings in the choir, loves all things pink and fluffy, and creates animal characters in a variety of media from felt to polymer clay.


I started building websites professionally in 1995 using Notepad and a modem. Since that time I’ve worked for several Internet startups in a variety of roles: owner, product manager, web designer, web developer, technical writer, customer support, etc. I love wearing different hats and working with a variety of people.

I’m currently employed by Demand Media, and I can’t imagine a better place to be right now. See my resume for previous places of employment.


I am a genuine cyborg. Most people think I’m kidding, but I’m not.

In 2010 a neurosurgeon implanted a device called a “spinal cord stimulator” along my spine to relieve chronic migraines. The device sends electrical pulses into the nerves of my head to mask the pain.

Curious? You can see an x-ray and read more about it.


My photography has been featured many time on the front page of Flickr Explore. You can find my photos in print publications and on websites all over the world, including The New York Times, CBS News, TechCrunch, Lifehacker, Forbes, Fast Company, Wired, and The Guardian. They have also been spotted on album covers, clothing, marketing materials, even credit cards! And over 6,000 people follow my Flickr photostream, many of them clearly not my wife.

Imagine if I took any of this seriously!


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