I am the VP marketing for Klout. This is my personal blog.
Prior to Klout, I served as CMO for Nitro. I joined Nitro from Automattic, the makers of WordPress.com, where I worked as VP of user growth. Before Automattic I was VP marketing at Mozilla, where I launched four major versions of Firefox. Previously, I worked for Adobe Systems and ran product marketing for Creative Suite, InDesign and PageMaker.
I received an MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, and an AB from Stanford. I live in Oakland, California, with my wife and our daughters.
Photos of mostly work adventures on my Flickr.
Here are some articles about the work I’ve done and a column I wrote.
- How Firefox Gets Grassroots Marketing Right at Advertising Age
- Mozilla Firefox Goes ‘Organic’ at Treehugger
- Firefox 3 and community at ZDNet
The name of this blog is an homage to PKD.