Once there was a geeky kid in New York City. He spent many happy hours up and down California and in Portland, Oregon, a year in Milwaukee, and then moved back to New York. There he tried to start an invention company and failed, worked as a graphic designer and struggled, became a computer guy and then workflow guy in corporate publishing and was unsatisfied, became a general fixer for rich folks to buy time, and finally moved back to Portland, Oregon.

Maybe he should have stayed there. Oh, well.

Now he runs a tiny but growing publishing company (Streetcar Press) is active in local sustainability-related stuff (most notably ReCode) and generally keeps busy.

And he's much happier.


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