Two Sunrises: Running the 2010 Western States 100

Prologue The most common question asked of an ultra-runner is unsurprisingly, "Why?" What follows is decidedly not a meditation on this particular question.  I have simply set out to remind myself (and to offer to anyone interested an understanding) of

Two Sunrises: Running the 2010 Western States 100

Prologue The most common question asked of an ultra-runner is unsurprisingly, "Why?" What follows is decidedly not a meditation on this particular question.  I have simply set out to remind myself (and to offer to anyone interested an understanding) of

Introducing Taggable

After a couple months of work, I am excited to put our latest product, Taggable, out into the wild. Facebook became a dominant photo sharing platform because of many core innovations but the one that really got them going was

Introducing Taggable

After a couple months of work, I am excited to put our latest product, Taggable, out into the wild. Facebook became a dominant photo sharing platform because of many core innovations but the one that really got them going was

Introducing The Start Project

At 83 Degrees, we have enjoyed building things so much we have decided to take it up another notch.  The Start Project is a new collaboration that gives us a little bit more muscle to build great products and see

Introducing The Start Project

At 83 Degrees, we have enjoyed building things so much we have decided to take it up another notch.  The Start Project is a new collaboration that gives us a little bit more muscle to build great products and see

Long Live RSS

I certainly hope that RSS is not dead. RSS consumption via newsreaders may be on the decline (although I find the implementation in Apple Mail quite usable), but I can assure you, RSS is actually the life blood of the

Long Live RSS

I certainly hope that RSS is not dead. RSS consumption via newsreaders may be on the decline (although I find the implementation in Apple Mail quite usable), but I can assure you, RSS is actually the life blood of the

American River 50!

With 3 miles to go, I found myself doubled over with exhaustion and stumbled to a low fence post to sit down.  These ultramarathons, I've learned, are about nutrition, forward motion, and a series of cons.  I was down on

American River 50!

With 3 miles to go, I found myself doubled over with exhaustion and stumbled to a low fence post to sit down.  These ultramarathons, I've learned, are about nutrition, forward motion, and a series of cons.  I was down on