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 Internet Archive for bringing the sites below back to life.

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 Ideas and Strategies, Metrics, Job Shop, and Site Building. I also oversaw four weekly e-mail newsletters with original content that reached several hundred thousand readers.

In 2004, I edited and published the short-lived e-mail wine newsletter Route du Vin. Richard Ehrlich of The Independent on Sunday (U.K.) called it "crisply written and to the point." Most recently, I was executive director and editor of the online magazine The San Francisco Classical Voice, the Bay Area's oldest online journal of classical music criticism, overseeing the editorial, publishing, and business operations.