It’s been nine months since we built our first emoji keyboard. What started as a fun experiment for ourselves has turned into something we’ve been able to help a lot of other brands with as well. We especially like the keyboards we’ve built for Columbia’s Barnard College and the Social Fresh conference: B-moji: iOS/Android Freshmoji: iOS/Android What we’ve […]
Ever since reading Derek Low’s blog post about his cross-country Amtrak trip, Matt & I had talked about doing the same. Last month presented us with a perfect opportunity to give it a go, so we packed our bags, plus a new mirrorless 4k camera, and hit the road > air > rails. DC We flew to DC to begin our trip. […]
Earlier in October, Michael Wolf and his firm Activate published an insanely comprehensive and insightful look at behavior and trends in tech and media, making some interesting projections for 2016. I’m embedding the whole presentation below, or you can download the PDF. Here are my top six takeaways: 1. We spend more time on tech & media than work or sleep. This shouldn’t be shocking […]
Forget policies, track records, alliances, major donors, or what kind of country we want to build for our children. Let’s get down to what really matters in 2016: Hillary Clinton’s campaign website source code.
I’m in NY this week for the Personal Democracy Forum, a conference focusing on the intersection of government, civics, and technology. I’ll be posting a little over on gov.tumblr.com about what’s going on, stay tuned if you’re into that kind of thing!
I just spent about 3 hours last night researching LESS/SASS methodologies, playing around with mixins and variables, checking out usage examples, and reading various arguments for and against one or the other. This is on top of the aggregate 5 hours or so I’ve spent reading or thinking about such a thing in the past […]
Tech like the MōVI from Freefly Systems, the new “One Man Crew” automatic parabolic rails from Redrock Micro, and the awesome innovation happening w/ multicopters in general are inch-by-inch reducing the number of real people and expensive equipment needed on set to pull off great-looking, professional-caliber video.