I've worked online since 1995, helping build the first sites online for parents on AOL and Pathfinder. Between 1995 and 2001, I helped launch and run a few Web sites worth mentioning. (Lost forever is Parenting magazine's AOL site, one of the first content sites online for parents, which I helped launch in 1995, as well as the LifeCenter site I helped build for the Information Access Company and an online music 'zine for Res Rocket.) Many thanks to the
I helped architect, develop content for and launch ParentTime, created by the staff of Parenting magazine and part of Time Inc.'s ill-fated Pathfinder site. Click here to see a version of the site as it was in 1998 (check out the "Amazing Baby" feature).
In 1998, I went on to cover all aspects of the Internet at The Industry Standard, which I helped found. There I architected and developed weekly content for redesigned sections of The Standard's Web site, including such new sections as
In 2004, I edited and published the short-lived e-mail wine newsletter