There’s a good chance you’ll see me with a printed media product or a hockey stick in my hand. I’ve been personally and academically convinced of decentralized blogging since the invention of the web format.

I worked as a journalist and studied journalism in Vermont and digital media in Lübeck. My first job was in quality assurance for Macromedia (now Adobe) in Redwood City. And I have experience in marketing digital and print media products at Tagesspiegel, the wonderful taz, as well as with start-ups in Berlin.

In addition, I founded Zeitdeck, a digital communications studio. Recently, I launched Plankton Social, software as a service for blogs with their own domain and server, with the desire to make the web healthier in relation to technology and content. Luckily, I have some spiritual guidance from the Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace.