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.

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Society needs the equivalent of Wikipedia for video. Thoughtful human curation/moderation governed via evolving pol… https://t.co/1hLyPFc5Z5 on Sat Jun 08

@tomdale I think complex app perf is much more nuanced. Being able complete frequent tasks quickly is how customers… https://t.co/uY8hQuLLrG on Sat May 18

@Folletto @itsdavemartin Might be more common in tech because of the leverage that technology creates. It is easier… https://t.co/q3Ei3Xw7wi on Wed Apr 24

@Folletto @itsdavemartin That is the main side effect of having owners whose interest is only in being able to sell… https://t.co/pLfR4ilGO3 on Wed Apr 24

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@adamPDOTcom @tmacdowell Yeah, I haven’t outgrown that tendency. on Sat Mar 23

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