I am a lover of wisdom, and a lover of life.

From mid-2018 to early 2021, my wife and I lived in lovely Juneau Alaska. I’m enjoying skiing at Eaglecrest, and with Alaska Powder Descents, and getting involved with angel investing via the SeaChange Fund, the Alaska Investor Network, and the Alaska Angel Conference. I’m currently back to living in Boulder Colorado.

For most of my adult life I was a professional philosopher — see my CV, my research biography, and selected publications. I am currently on the faculty roster as professor of philosophy at Wuhan University. What is probably my best, and last, philosophy journal article, “How to Avoid Maximizing Expected Utility“, was published in June 2019 in Philosophers’ Imprint.

Before moving to Wuhan in February 2017, I was the Vice President of Results at PopSockets LLC, where I helped the company grow from about 4 employees when I joined, to about 85 employees in February 2017. As of early 2019, we have over 200 employees. I’m still involved with PopSockets, working on the occasional special project.