Fragments are the only forms I trust.
- Donald Barthelme
Worked in the Infrastructure Delivery Group at Stanford developing and
maintaining campus web services, then left Stanford in February 2000 to work
for the startup
onebox.com, which was promptly snatched up by
phone.com, which merged with
software.com, and that bundle became
OpenWave, my most recent former employer.
Left Openwave in summer of 2003 to take a break. In August 2004 I joined
Zimbra, a startup that provides
collaboration (fancy term for email, contacts, etc) software, developing
their Ajax client. In October 2007, Yahoo acquired Zimbra, so that's where
I am now.
The big recent news is the arrival of Nick on
July 18, 2008.
I play whenever possible double
disc court, an exciting and incredibly fun frisbee sport, as well as
disc golf, ultimate, soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf, and whatever else seems
There are also books.
Especially books by Barthelme, Barth, Elkin, Gass, Heller, Calvino, Vonnegut,
Hawkes, Winterson, Pynchon, Woolf, Nabokov and Coover. And music by
PJ Harvey, Radiohead, etc.
Sometimes, I play Jumbalaya,
an online multiplayer word game.
I live in San Carlos, CA, with my wife
Missy, my son Nicholas, and our dog
How to get to me
- Cell (650) 773-0629
| ||This is what I look like when I'm not
diving after a frisbee.|