By day, I'm a product manager serving a group of fantastic engineers at Square.
By night, I fight crime and solve mysteries with a robot pal of my own creation.
By midday, I like a snack, generally a cookie.
Part of this biography isn't true (hint, I like cookies and engineering, I don't own a robot).
Category Archives: Site News
A rundown on my new “less is less” design and my use of the Balsamiq wireframe tool and the Blueprint CSS framework. Continue reading
I’ll avoid the temptation to draw any parallels with the incoming vote tallies, but it’s time to get rid of one ancient, messed up, inadequate… plugin and usher in a new era… of posting [delicious.com](http://delicious.com) bookmarks to the site. Say … Continue reading
I’m going to try and honor [NaBloPoMo](http://www.nablopomo.com/), but this being my first attempt I expect to fail miserably. (Notice the lack of post on Nov. 1). Realistically, I’ll be lucky if I can write one “real” post a week, so … Continue reading
I’m still trying to climb out from underneath: 1. **Horrible flu** — that had me out of work for a few days after I got back from a quick trip home. 2. **Tons o’ work** — that piled up during … Continue reading
I know, I know, I haven’t blogged much. And by much, I mean *at all*. But that’s all going to change, soon. Here’s what needs to get done: * Decorate for Christmas * Upgrade to MT 3.1 * Integrate a … Continue reading
As you can see, heisel.org, has taken on a slight new look. I’ve switched to a sans-serif typeface for everything but blockquotes, and I’ve adjusted some of the color scheme here and there. I also moved the historic photo of … Continue reading
Einstein was right, time is relative… It’s been a little more than three weeks since I was given a job offer to work for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, in that time I’ve: Accepted the job offer Set up to move to … Continue reading
Though you might not think so, given the dearth of posts. However, I’ve revamped the design of my print and Web portfolio pages. It’s still CSS, but now the text does not wrap underneath the thumbnails, the thumbnails have increased … Continue reading