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.

@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

Email addresses started out as convenient usernames for accounts and the best way to receive receipts for online pu… https://t.co/MUPAZdjVCL on Thu Apr 11

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

@adamPDOTcom @tmacdowell I am curious what you said to trigger the comparison, but glad to hear my legacy at BU has… https://t.co/mollTSH0Aw on Fri Mar 22

@timeril @WholeFoods And I thought E. coli was the biggest thing I had to fear when eating a salad... on Thu Jan 31

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