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Take My Money, HBO NOW!

Over the course of a few hours back in June of 2012, I created a one page website called Take My Money, HBO! The goal was simple: Bombard the @HBO and @HBOGO Twitter accounts with tweets stating how much money people would be willing to pay for a standalone HBO GO app.

Last month, nearly three years after the campaign, HBO announced HBO NOW. During the announcement event, HBO contacted me and invited me to New York City for an on camera interview.

For the record, Caputo is pronounced Cuh-pew-toe.

I thought it was a little odd that HBO was flying me to NYC and putting me up in a hotel just for an interview… But as soon as Paulie and Big Puss flung open the interview room door I knew I’d been duped. They lied to me. They tricked me. And I loved every minute of it.

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Stocky, My Latest Theme

Stocky, My Latest Theme

Stocky was an exercise in patience for me. The past year has been a busy one, but I actually started design and development of Stocky in June of 2013. A little more than a year later, I present Stocky; A Stock Photography Marketplace Theme.

Back at it with Cartful

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Woah, it’s been nearly a year since my last commercial theme release! Not to say I haven’t been busy with updates and supports for my other items in the meantime, but it feels great to get back in the saddle. My attention may have been on The Action Network for the past year, but I haven’t lost my roots. Which brings me to…

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The Christmas Movie Marathon 10

The Christmas Movie Marathon 10

23 Christmas movies in 23 days? Sounds awesome. But how about 230 Christmas movies in 10 years? By now I can recite most of them from memory.

Check out my microsite for the Christmas Movie Marathon 10.

Say Hello To The Action Network

Design Crumbs + The Action Network

Just because I don’t have a portfolio on the site anymore doesn’t mean I can’t talk about my happenings and goings on, right?

This year I’ve been part of an amazing team building out version 2 of The Action Network. Last week, we went live at actionnetwork.org. We even caught the attention of The Washington Post.

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