Hello and welcome. My name is Jeffrey Inscho and I'm a cultural technologist based in Pittsburgh. My professional work lives at the intersection of technology, mindfulness, cultural narrative and interactivity. Static Made is my website that investigates these threads, along with other topics of personal interest.
As a way to get started, I highly recommend reading the Statement of Purpose. In it you will find a bit of history, a description of the present and a vision for the future.
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Posts are written in markdown and all HTML/CSS is written using Coda2.
My primary machine is a 13" Macbook Pro (Retina), however I also post to the site using my iPhone 6.
Speaking + Consulting:
Occasionally, I'm invited to speak about my work and assist organizations with digital strategy. I've previously given talks for organizations such as American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the Museum Computer Network (MCN), the New Media Consortium (NMC), Learning Revolution, Museums and the Web, the National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP), Americans for the Arts, #ArtsTech, Refresh Pittsburgh and the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council.
If you think I'd be a good fit for your event or organization, holler.
I've been playing music and writing songs since I was a kid. These days, I write and record as fléchettes. Take a listen. If you enjoy what you hear, I'd love if you would tell a friend or download some songs.
All original content posted on this website is published under a Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 license. This means you are free to share or distribute the work as long as you credit Static Made with a backlink. You are also permitted to modify or remix the work under the stipulation that you make your derivative work available under a similar license.
The ideas published on this website, along with those to which I link, do not necessarily reflect the ideas and beliefs of my employer.