In the inconsiderately long column below lie some work samples, interviews and citations, and speaking engagements. Feel free to skip around. If I can help you with anything in particular, don't hesitate to ask.
EarthLink's official blog, about the company and the world its products and services live in. I strove to better connect the inside of the company with the outside. I helped make EarthLink an active participant in online conversations about the company, whether they were supportive or critical. I praised good work in the industry when I saw it. And I tried to bring the things I enjoy in the culture of the Web to a wider audience.
"Time Well Wasted." Stuffo was a sub-brand of HowStuffWorks.com. It applied the approach and worldview of HSW to questions about popular culture, like the the origins of the Transformers toy line/tv show, and why Dr. Pepper is sold alongside both Coke and Pepsi. It had a passionate following, and set a few traffic records for the site when its articles appeared on the HSW home page. But alas, it was killed before its time. It's since been purged from the internet, so I'm pointing to a canned version above.
Tiny Envelope 2002-2004
Your 24-hour source for 2" x 2" envelopes, handmade from various and sundry found materials including used bingo cards, Thai/English dictionary pages, Joss paper, and vintage green stamps. It was featured on DailyCandy.com, in Wedding Bells Magazine, on a segment on Q13 Fox News Seattle, and in the Financial Times How To Spend It section. It's currently sleeping.
We were a Web entertainment studio, monthly email list of free odd things, and Interactive development agency. One of the most exciting phases of the business involved working with several networks on a tv pilot concept based on one of our shorts, Tiny DJ. We were finalists at SXSW 2001 and FlashForward 2001. The "errata" section of the site still houses our archived monthly flash shorts, movie reviews, and stunts.