I am the lead Developer Advocate for Google Geo, which means I travel around a lot, talk to developers around the world about mapping, and then advocate on their behalf with our engineering teams. I blog, code, tweet, photograph, play video games, work a lot, read a lot, and have the best job in the world.
I have a MIMS from Berkeley, and an MA in History from Columbia. I go to a fair number of digital humanities conferences, as well as geo and general tech conferences. Let me know if you have anything exciting going on.