I make things for people using computers. I try to work on good stuff that helps the world. I like to share, and I play nice with others. Want to chat? Get in touch.
I worked on the architecture and buildout of this major PBS Education initiative as a partnership between PBS and WGBH. The purpose of the site is to bring the best educational assets public media has to offer into the classroom with no charge to teachers.
This service provides healthcare information about conditions, treatments, tests and insurance coverage. It correlates survey, research and statistical data to deliver the most relevant information for patients facing long-term, expensive issues.
PBS TeacherLine provides online professional development for teachers of grades Kindergarten through High School. Courses are delivered via custom ecommerce, student information, and course management applications.
I make digital texts that are generative, randomized, or playful in various ways. The works below are examples of that.
An experiment in user-participation and contribution to the story in the form of textual vandalism. This piece uses reCAPTCHA and a mySQL database to tell the story of researchers following a strange social media phenomenon.
A dynamically assembled short story based on keyword assocation and multiple narrative points of view. Pages are put together from a database of pieces each time you read, requiring mulitple read-throughs to experience the bulk of the content.
A low-fi, low-bandwidth commentary on the state of masculinity in America.
Another low-fi, low-bandwidth e-poetry experiment.
Early literary criticism that aims to contextualize and introduce George Saunders.
A connected set of stories set in a small Southern town.
A manifesto for digital arts written at the request of Tony Conrad.
A nonfiction memoir about being geek in the 1990s.
A critical examination of zombie films from a postcolonial point of view.
I'm generally game to try whatever new thing I come across, so you'll find me on far more networks than those listed below. You can use these links to get in touch with me in a multitude of ways.