I’m Ben. Nice to meet you.
I don’t have anything particularly funny to say at the moment, so I’ll give you a list of the basics and you can fill in the blanks with your own witty asides.
I live in Brooklyn. _______________________
I used to work on apps at the New York Times. _______________________
Now I’m an independent consultant. _______________________
I’m from Philly. _______________________
I studied Digital Media Design. _______________________
It’s important to note here, for my own survival and well-being, that I do not blog about my work, my clients or any of their subsidiaries. If you’re looking for trade secrets, please accept my apologies and move on.
If, on the other hand, you’re looking for intelligent discourse, I hope to provide ample food for thought.
If you’d like to contact me, the fastest way to get my attention is through Twitter. If you’d like to work with me, feel free to contact me here instead if your message is longer than 140 characters and does not require an immediate reply. If you choose the latter, please include an email address so that I can return your message. I will not call phone numbers left in anonymous messages, no matter how politely you ask.
Special note for our recruiter friends: please refrain from using the ask page for recruiting. If your client really wants to work with me, someone there can find me and get in touch through the appropriate channel (see above).
Have a nice day.