Daylight Saving Time is over until next spring. For the majority of folks who are cycling commuters in the DC area, it’s dark by the time the office door closes at the end of the Read more…
What I Am About
Moving around the urban space shouldn't be based on private cars that pollute and clog the movement of people through a city. Walking, riding a bicycle, or using a scooter are better ways to move around densely populated spaces.
A bicycle can take you anywhere, from just down the street to places far from home. Bicycles are the most efficient means of conveyance ever invented, and they play a key role in a green future.
Alpine skiing is my happy place. It's also a powerful metaphor for freedom, responsibility, risk taking, and environmental stewardship in a time of climate change.
Humanity is in a moment of great concern due to the current climate change crisis. More needs to be done to preserve a habitable world for our future generations and the creatures that share Spaceship Earth.
Information technology has improved the lives of tens of millions of people worldwide. Yet it still exists in a "wild west" environment, where its co-existence with society can be fraught. I strive to keep IT as "human" as possible, designing for people, not programmers.
Whether it's getting people out of private cars and onto bicycles, or fighting for climate justice, or helping advance voting rights for all people, I've both talked the talk and walked the walk.