Digerati Dads

In a recent article for Quartz entitled How Technology Can Make Better Fathers, Alexandra Svokos takes a surprising look at how the proliferation of digital technologies is impacting the way fathers connect with their kids. Structured mainly through the lens of her own experiences growing up with a traveling father
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Impossible Questions

Earlier this week, my team at work announced a large-scale project that will consume a large portion of my professional life over the next few years. Art Tracks: The Provenance Visualization Project is a facinating concept and an opportunity to make a valuable contribution to the museum sector. The TL
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The Analog Network

This coming winter, Dischord Records will release the first recorded demo from seminal punk band Fugazi. Recorded at the legendary Inner Ear Studio in 1988 after only a handful of shows, these early recordings were tracked so the band could hear what their music sounded like on tape. From the
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How To: Hijack a Satellite

A few photos from my trip to the NASA Ames Research Center were used in this VICE/Motherboard article profiling the group technoarcheologists who work out of an abandoned McDonald's on the base. Apparently the team is now working to take control of an abandoned, decommissioned, 70s-era satellite that's still
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Ich bin ein Berliner

I recently wrote about the first leg of a European trip, which found me and a team of colleagues working and exploring Geneva and it's neighboring French countryside. For the second leg of the trip, we hopped on an EasyJet and flew over to Berlin to spend a few days
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Vague, But Exciting!

I've spent the past few weeks traveling around Europe for work. While that may sound super glamorous and exciting, it really wasn't. We worked nearly around the clock and that left very little time for exploring or sight-seeing. On a few occasions, however, we did manage to put down the
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