New York, NY
Hometown: Gainesville, FL

Member since:

May 13, 2011



I started the worlds most notorious MP3 piracy group when I was 13. Since then it's all been downhill. A couple startups launched and sold, worked for a major social networking company, now play around with small scale web concepts.

Are you a hack (content creator, writer, photographer, videographer, etc.), a hacker (engineer, developer, designer, etc.) or both?

Both. Certified out the ass from Microsoft but find myself mainly dealing with Amazon AWS LAMP stacks. I also write regularly about local news for, word.

Are you looking for partners to collaborate on projects, and if so, what?

Always, but I never have any idea before the discussion begins.

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  • chris

    Nunchuck class... that would be amazing. Anyhow, welcome to TXRX Labs... classes.txrxlab­ ... Sunday morning, Friday night open houses. Sorry, I'm to busy thinking about nunchucks to write a more appropriate welcome message.

    Apr 10, 2014 5:54 PM
  • benne


    Feb 17, 2014 10:08 AM
  • Mary Urum-Eke

    Hey Todd, Thanks for joining Tech in Motion NYC!! Our inaugural event on April 18th at Pivotal Labs is going to rock! See you there:)

    Apr 03, 2012 4:37 PM
  • Anson Abraham


    Sep 26, 2011 5:49 PM

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