Authors and advisors
The Time Hack is an independent project and is in no way connected in any way to the organizations mentioned below.
Creator and writer
Matt Danzico is part journalist and part internet scientist living in sunny Washington DC. Matt currently works as a staff reporter and video journalist for the BBC News. He is an alum of Discovery Channel and The Tokyo Shimbun, a Japanese newspaper. He has also worked on a handful of quirky web-based journalism projects, including Around America in 2.0, Tabs on Obama and Alive in Baghdad. When not working, he indulges in new and strange experiences through The Time Hack.
Editor and production assistant
Dave Mosher is a full-time science contributor for Wired.com with past experience at Discovery News, LiveScience.com and SPACE.com. He’s also freelanced for outlets including DISCOVER Magazine, Symmetry Magazine, National Geographic News, Nature News and ScienceNOW. When not working hard for the money, he dabbles in photography, video, web development and graphic design.
Liz Danzico is equal parts designer, educator and editor. She has organized information across a variety of industries, including retail, publishing, media and entertainment, nonprofit and financial services. She helped found and is Chair of the MFA in Interaction Design Program at the School of Visual Arts. She is an independent consultant in New York, user experience consultant for Happy Cog and sits on the editorial board for Rosenfeld Media.
David Eagleman is a neuroscientist and a writer. He directs the Laboratory for Perception and Action and the Initiative on Neuroscience and Law at Baylor College of Medicine. He is best known for his work on time perception, synesthesia, and neurolaw. He author of the books Sum, Why the Net Matters and Incognito: The Brains Behind the Mind.