about tony (firstname.lastname@example.org)
It seems a bit vain writing about myself, but I suppose it’s possible that you, the reader, may want to know something about me.
I’m a software engineer working for Google.com since the fall of 2004. I spent about a year and a half working in the ads quality group, about a year working on things related to Firefox, and am currently working on Google Chrome.
Before I started at Google, I spent a summer working for IBM as an extreme blue intern.
I have a Master’s degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign where I worked with Brian Bailey in the HCI research group. Specifically, I did some work in attentional interfaces, software designed to help users manage interruptions. During my formative undergraduate years, I went to Miami University of Ohio and spent my latter years attempting to build community on western campus.
On this site, I blog about things I think are interesting in technology. I also write software and release it free for other to deride for it’s poor quality. In particular, I’m the author of Webnote, which is much more popular than I ever imagined it would be.
I subscribe to the blogs and feeds listed below (sharing some PageRank love).
- Adam Bosworth's Weblog
- angry asian man
- Ernie's 3D Pancakes
- Free Culture blog
- Margaret Cho's Blog
- Vanity of Vanities, all is Vanity
- news.spacing-guild.net - travelling without moving
- Where's Perry?
- What's Up With Xbox Media Center
- Usable Security
- Alertbox: Jakob Nielsen's Column on Web Usability
- Spacefem.com Feminist Of The Day
- Google Blog
- Guido van Rossum's Weblog
- Inside Firefox
- Jeffrey Veen
- Lessig Blog
- little. yellow. different.
- Everybody loves Eric Raymond
- Megatokyo News
- Mike's Blog
- Nelson's Weblog
- Creating Passionate Users
- sacrelicious dot arrrgh
- The Nation: All Weblogs
- ViennaTeng.com: Scrapbook