I'm an analyst at Forrester Research where I lead research about personal data, privacy and identity. My current focus is on the emerging systems and processes that will put us -- individuals -- in charge of how we manage and share our personal data.
I'm fascinated with all things anthropological (from genetics to social organization to technological interaction), and sometimes daydream about getting a master's in HCI.
I'm also obsessed with the entire cycle of culinary alchemy, from seed to kitchen.
I split my time between a 12-acre homestead in the foothills of the Sierras, a hyper-urban loft in Oakland's Warehouse District, and 36,000 feet.
"Indecision brings its own delays, and days are lost lamenting over lost days."
You can learn even more about me via those widgets down there.