Timeline

1992 – moved to San Francisco

1995 – founded Laughing Squid

1995-2002 – participated in the annual Burning Man event, serving as the burningman.com webmaster from 1997-1999 and worked as a member of Burning Man Media Mecca from 1997-2002

1995 – joined Survival Research Labs as a crew member

1995 – joined the San Francisco Cacophony Society

1996 – made a documentary about social surrealist painter Alonso G. Smith

1996 – founded The Squid List, a San Francisco Bay Area events list

1996 – co-organized “The Playa Dust Lounge”, the first public Burning Man Decompression event

1996-1999 – co-organizer of the annual Santacon event

1997 – launched Santarchy.com, an online archive of Santacon events

1997made a documentary about The Cacophony Society’s 1996 Santacon event

1997-2000 – co-founder of San Francisco Bay Area events hotline The Number (#)

1998 – founded Laughing Squid Hosting

1998-2005 – online propagandist for The Billboard Liberation Front

1999-2003 – co-founder of The Tentacle Sessions

2003 – launched the Laughing Squid blog

2005 – helped organize the original BarCamp in Palo Alto

2005 – co-organized Webzine 2005

2007-2010 – attended O’Reilly Media’s Foo Camp

2010moved to New York City

2010 – became a co-host of Protocols

2012 – joined the Executive Academy of judges for The Webby Awards

2013 – joined the Executive Council of Internet Week New York

2013 – became an advisor to All Power Labs

2013 – became an advisor to Speakup

2014joined the Real-Time Academy of judges for The Shorty Awards

2019 – became an advisor to Scandinavian Spirts Group and Vī Aquavit.