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My self-summary
I'm a technology entrepreneur. I was an early google engineer. I quit in 2006 to start a big data company, which was acquired a few years ago. Now I'm building a finance company.
What I’m doing with my life
Even though I'm always busy, I make time for other pursuits. For example, I love the ocean so I am commissioning an art project of the beach: a 24 hour video loop of the waves crashing on the shore, as the tide and the light change. I am going to hang this up in my home on a flat-screen display (maybe with sound) and synch it with the time.
I’m really good at
I'm really into health and fitness because I find it adds a lot of balance to my life. I run, swim, do yoga, etc.

In the last year, I discovered something that kind of surprised me: I can run really fast. I entered a race last year and took second place with a 5 min 21 sec mile. I'm having some fun exploring this newly discovered ability.

I recently started sprinting (14mph for .2 miles ) instead of running, and I love it. All you runners should consider making the switch ... I feel amazing for hours afterwards!

Pushing myself. Taking my first piano lesson soon!
The first things people usually notice about me
I wear a lot of blue
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
As a tribute to Lou Reed, I post one of his most beautiful and raw songs. I am still amazed by the transition from blissful tryst to the shockingly vulgar. What an amazing artist.

nothing you can sing that can't be sung.

Annie Hall (perhaps "never belong to a club that would have me as a member" also describes me and dating ...)

I like to read fiction. My favorite author is Neil Gaiman.
Irony aside, Christopher Hitchens is a god.


drink a lot of tea and espresso. Lived in Seattle for a few years where I acquired my espresso snobbery.

I'm a Joss Whedon fan, but I didn't like Avengers.
Six things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The future and how technology changes the nature of humanity.

I also think about health a lot and I try to change something about my routine (diet, exercise, etc), about once a month, based on new information.
On a typical Friday night I am
coding. I'm in super nerd mode again.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Swam naked in Hawaii recently. When I got out of the ocean all my clothes were gone! I had to ask a group of (20-something) girls for help ... they found the whole predicament rather entertaining. Haven't decided if I should post the rest of the story ...
You should message me if
You don't have a "type" and enjoy interesting conversations. Also, don't be too hip-- I don't like trying to act cooler than I am.

If you are an Ayn Rand libertarian, then kindly fuck off.
The two of us