This is my personal website, and as such, it contains links to my personal projects and various other websites on which
I keep accounts. Don't expect to find too much about work here, but there is a link to Evernote
in the footer,
which is where I work. I also used to work on the Akamai NetSession
Interface. I currently work for Akamai again.
I had an old sailboat on the San Francisco Bay that I was restoring. It became impractical once I moved out of the area, but the logs of what I did are still available here.
A log in which I describe the process by which I built my first ever surfboard. Includes lots of photos.
A series of articles in which I try to determine some things about how and why surfboards work, based on experimentation and theory.
This was an auto-biographical photojournalism project documenting one month in my life during the fall of 2009.
Argyle is a small webserver written in C++. It doesn't support many features, but
it's the webserver on which this
site runs. Source code is available. Update: As of August 2012, this site now runs as a small Node.js application hosted on