When I started writing for Seven Days in 2001, I didn't even have an internet connection. In fact, I was still selling little books of poems from my "Neo-Luddite Vending Machine." A quarter would buy you either a book of poems, or a small piece of a TV that I smashed up in the basement of my old hippie co-op. How times have changed...
Still don't have a TV, though.
- Occupation: Online Editor, Seven Days
- Favorite part of my job: Experimenting.
- Least favorite part of my job: Deadlines.
- My first personal computer was a: TI 99 4/A
- Favorite Vermont wi-fi hotspot: The statehouse in Montpelier.
- If I'm not in front of my computer I'm: Hanging out with my partner and our kids.
- Top 5 websites or feeds I read every day: Not counting Seven Days... The Drudge Report, Andrew Sullivan's Daily Dish, The Burlington Free Press, Candleblog and my Facebook news feed.