In the mid-90s I started a company called MountainZone with two business partners. We wanted to provide outdoor sporting information to people on the internet. We quickly grew our company to over 100 employees.
In the early 90s I sold almost everything I owned and drove from Connecticut to San Francisco with my futon and Macintosh IIsi. I didn’t have a job, but upon arrival I showed up on the doorstep of The Whole Earth Catalog.
Free Range Media was one of the first web design shops in the northwest. We created the first-ever websites for clients such as NFL, CBS, Zenith and The Bay Watch TV show. This was back when changing the background color from the default gray was a really big deal.