So I have a really big problem, everybody.

I'm sort of obsessed with the news.

If you aren’t careful, you’ll spread your awesome too thin.
My recent piece for TMG’s Engage blog, discussing some Web-writing techniques that are super-useful. Write in Markdown! Save ideas! Organize yourself! The philosophy? “Minimum Viable Awesome.” Write that one down.
My current day gig: Associations Now
With a little bit of help and a lot of iced coffee, I’ve helped build out AssociationsNow.com, the new online publication from the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). I’m basically in charge of running the site, along with five articles per day, a lot of photo editing, and some fun social media stuff. It’s been a huge success so far.

My current day gig: Associations Now

With a little bit of help and a lot of iced coffee, I’ve helped build out AssociationsNow.com, the new online publication from the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). I’m basically in charge of running the site, along with five articles per day, a lot of photo editing, and some fun social media stuff. It’s been a huge success so far.

Making a move: So hey, I'm heading somewhere else, guys.

Fans of announcements, this post is for you.

After three and a half years hanging my hat at the Washington Post Express, I’ve decided to make a move to TMG Custom Media, where I’ll be doing some really cool social media/curation work for one of their upcoming publications. It’s gonna be fun.

Had a lot of fun at Express — and made a lot of great friends. (And to the bemusement of Adam Sapiro, made a lot of bad puns.) Newspapers have been good to me over the past eight years. But it feels like a good time to head in a different direction. I start in a few weeks.

And yes, ShortFormBlog is staying put. Trust me. :)

You read it here first. Thanks to everyone that made my time at Express awesome. *end scene*

The effect is that we’re a little all over the place, but you’re guaranteed to get a bit of a mix from us.
An interview I did with Jacobo Corujeira of the University of Amsterdam’s “Masters of Media” program, in which I got the chance to explain my philosophy behind curation and behind running ShortFormBlog. I highly recommend the part about how we figure out our formula.
ShortFormBlog is expanding the definitions of what it means to be a microblog.
The Shorty Awards picked SFB as one of their nominees for “Microblog of the Year on Tumblr.” We didn’t win, but I did get to go to a fancy awards ceremony in New York.