I'm Director of New Digital Products for the New York Times.
Some things I've done in the past:
I graduated in 2005 from NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program. While there I built and launched several popular and acclaimed projects.
In 2006 I co-founded the hyperlocal news site outside.in, which was acquired by AOL.
In 2008 I created and launched DIYcity, an online discussion about transforming cities with web technology. The site quickly grew to include participants in over 100 cities around the world, launched open source tools for cities and became a model for local grassroots hacking movements.
In 2010 I co-founded Appify, one of the first social app discovery platforms ever to launch.
In 2011 I opened the New York offices for international innovation firm faberNovel, then became that company's Head of Marketing.
I've guest blogged for TechCrunch, Business Insider, O'Reilly Radar, Huffington Post and other news sources, and my work has been featured in Wired, the New York Times, Popular Science, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and elsewhere.
You can visit my blog here.