If I had to choose between Survivor and The Amazing Race, I'd rather win Amazing Race. I don't want to be stuck on an island - I'd rather travel the world.
If there's 30 minutes left in my flight and I really have to go to the bathroom, I'll Wait and use a bathroom at the airport.
Three artists on my iPod's "Most Listened To" list:
Truth or dare? Always truth.
Some days it feels like There aren't enough hours in the day.
If I were guaranteed not to fail, I would Raise a successful family.
If I ever make it to the international Rock, Paper, Scissors championship, I'll throw Rock.
Junk-food vice? Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.
Aisle or window? Aisle.
Tokyo or Kokomo? Tokyo. I'm a hard-core New Yorker - I need steel and concrete.
Three things I'm thankful for:
My wife and kids and family.
The job I have today and the freedom it gives me.
My religion. Being Jewish gives me a really good meter to measure myself by.
Three things I can't live without:
My community, my friends. Because no matter what happens, they're there for you.
Prize package: A five-day, four-night vacation for two at the Hilton Waikoloa Village on Hawaii's Big Island from American Airlines Vacations, a two-year subscription to T-Mobile
HotSpot Wi-Fi Internet service, and a Panasonic Toughbook CF-74 laptop computer. Home: Long Island, New York. Age: 35. Job: Founder of Design Responsibly, which helps designers and printers communicate with each other ("I teach people how to draw and use computers to make pretty pictures"). Number of trips taken in 2005: 12. Number of days on the road: 65.