I write code at Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, Gravatar, Akismet, and a bevy of other products that make the web better. I also occasionally compose music that often incorporates technology and recorded sounds, and I am the co-director of the new music organization Amp New Music.

@jimbojsb I think that qualifies as Big Data. on Tue Nov 28

@wonderboymusic @westonruter Yeah, the beauty of React disappears, and it becomes much hard to reason about the cod… https://t.co/VMhcmSr41M on Tue Nov 21

@wonderboymusic @westonruter Rendering the same component is a best practice when working inside other view librari… https://t.co/M7OvCNWVfW on Tue Nov 21

@leeb Neat stuff. Have you seen what @colbyrabideau did with https://t.co/UeofI1RAQC? on Fri Oct 13

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RT @Masters_JamesD: This is absolutely chilling from Charlottesville synagogue... the US in 2017. Read it. https://t.co/pBHzqHEmC2https://… on Wed Aug 16

Sunset at the mouth of the Merrimack River @ Newburyport, Massachusetts https://t.co/6U0Vz8W03K on Mon Jun 26

Music From Bowling Green

featuring compositions by composers Burton Beerman, Gregory Cornelius, Shane Hoose, Mikel Kuehn, Elainie Lillios, Marilyn Shrude, Michael Thompson, and Dan Tramte