A locative CMS, a culture share site, a blog, book author websites, and experiments in AR.
2021 — Gleodes
Sharable moments to bind and reinforce and connect who we are. "There is nothing outside the trace" — Derrida
Gleodes offers a platform for sharing with text and speech, image and video using one or multiple signals. Sound-poetry and timed experiences on web technology, with planning for AR and VR to follow.
2021 — Geodes
A location-based CMS for composing, editing, and blogging in multiple flexible formats wherever you go.
Create psycho-geographies and locative experiences using a web browser on mobile or desktop. Includes geo-fencing and privacy settings.
2020 — The Wandering Honk
Out-takes from the multiplicity of World Culture, where multiplicity is the value of expressible creative moments.
A classic blog for highlighting published and unique works, coded for security and sharing while using minimal network to obtain the fastest load times.
2011-2019 — Strokes
A multi-user web portal for adding Strokes anywhere on the planet.
Embedded psychogeography includes geo-fencing and privacy settings for limited shares.
2014 — CSS and AR poems
A series of scripted animated poems using css and camera overlay techniques for early AR in the browser.
Deployed in a group show at Brentwood Arts Exchangein Washington DC.
2001-2008 — The Books Blog
A promotion project on ScripterNet featuring novels, poetry, biography and other gems from small presses in the U.S..
Work for StoryCorps, The New Republic, The New York Times, and the consultancy CGNET, among others.
2019-2020 — The New Republic
Hands-on coding and care for The New Republic, the storied magazine of culture and politics (3+ million monthly visits). Built the paywall, integrated feeds, managed the App, upgraded the CMS, mentored developers, and helped to shepherd the legacy site through a major redesign.
2016-2018 — Storycorps
Primary developer for the Storycorps App, with 1+ million downloads and 400,000+ personal interviews in the Library of Congress, the largest collection of oral histories ever assembled.
Used hybrid App tech to create highly-rated experiences for people on both Apple and Android devices.
2001-2006 — The New York Times
Designed, wrangled, and coded the Freelance Management platform used throughout The New York Times; the only job ever taken on here as the result of a Supreme Court decision.
1996-2000 — CGNET
Days and nights in Menlo Park managing email, trans-national networks, and consulting in a new technology called the Internet. Clients included international development agencies on five continents.
2013 — UNDP
Constructed a web portal for UN staff, to help in transitional moments in 76 nations.
1998-2000 — The CGIAR
Consulting assignments included back-end development on SINGER, a genetic materials database used to track DNA across international boundaries, part of the
UN Convention on Biological Diversity.
2000-2001 — Carnegie Hall
Designed & coded the Events Planning system used inside the fabled concert venue.
2012 — App for Richter Exhibit
Co-produced the App for a major Richter retrospective at Tate Modern.
2012 — App for Egon Schiele Show
Helped produce and build the App for an Egon Schiele show at Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau München, in Germany.
2013 — App for Warner Bros.
Helped to build & launch the on-site app for the Harry Potter theme park near London.
2013 — App for BLASTR
Helped to launch BLASTR, an app for the SyFy Channel.
2013 — App for 9 West
Built the in-store app for retailer 9 West.
2013 — App for Quello
Helped to produce and build the Android prototype for the music-subscription service Quello.