- University of ChicagoPsychology, 1991 - 1995
- University of ChicagoSocial Scientific Inquiry, 1996 - 1998
- WebapperCo-Founder, President & CTO, 2002 - present
- Allaire Corporation (acquired by Macromedia)ColdFusion Performance Engineer, 2000 - 2001
- fresh ground softwareProgrammer/Analyst, 1999 - 2000
World Fish Consumption Nearly Doubles Since the 1970s
With industrial fish farming outpacing beef production, many of the same problems of land-based CAFOs may be taken to the seas.
Making calls from Hangouts — in Gmail and across the web
Posted by Alex Wiesen, Senior Software Engineer For those of you who have taken the plunge and are using desktop Hangouts in Gmail, Google+,
Many Front Groups Are Created to Dominate Codex Discussions
The Codex Alimentarius Commission consists of about 170 member countries that set food guidelines and standards for the world.
Shodan: The scariest search engine on the Internet
Shodan is an Internet search engine capable of finding just about every connected thing imaginable.
Sheryl Sandberg Leaves Work at 5:30 Every Day — And You Should Too
Somewhere along the lines, ending one’s workday before 8:00 p.m. became a source of shame and sign of laziness — or at least that’s what man
DollarShaveClub.com - Our Blades Are F***ing Great
Dollar Shave Club couldn't be simpler. Select one of our great razors, pay one low monthly fee, and we send 'em right to your door. No more
iPhone Sensors Test If Your Food Really Is Organic
Most iPhone peripherals aim low. They make the case a bit more durable or add a better speaker. They marginally improve a pretty darn good p
Roger Ebert dies at 70 after battle with cancer - Chicago Sun-Times
Roger Ebert loved movies. Except for those he hated. For a film with a daring director, a talented cast, a captivating plot or, ideally, all
Code Watch: The myth of 10X superprogrammers - SD Times: Software Develo...
It's more important to avoid hiring poor programmers than it is to search for the overrated superstar programmer
Disconnect: A New Movie Sounds the Alarm About Our Hyper-Connected Lives
In the 1840s, Benjamin Disraeli, still a long way from being prime minister of England, wanted to wake people up to the plight of the Britis