Interaction designer. Gadget fan. Connected device fantasist. Distributed Cognition fan. Science fiction and fantasy fan. West Coast Swing dancer, competitor, and instructor. Principal member of Sneakers' staff (his cat).
As a longtime user and fan of connected gadgets and their potential, he seeks the opportunity to expand his web and software IxD experience and use their growing ubiquity to create technologies and ecosystems that fit and transform users' worlds, making great things delightfully possible--anywhere. Is your team a match? Check out my resume and contact me.
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Amazon strengthens the acquisition part of its “your music, any time, anywhere, any device” strategy by granting the ability to buy directly from their iOS device. Combined with their AutoRip-enabled CD purchases and multi-ecosystem Cloud Player, buying music through them may be the fastest way to buy music and have it available…everywhere–even with iTunes and iTunes Cloud–freeing users from the constraints of their gadget vendors’ ecosystems. Continue reading