Though only separated by 500 miles of tarmac, Silicon Valley and Death Valley might as well be different planets. One is dry, desolate, soulless. The other is a desert of pristine beauty and a reminder that, in the end, we are all bit players on the movie set of Planet Earth. After unplugging from my … Continue reading From Death Valley to Silicon Valley
“I usually don’t plan ahead for my work, what interests me most about taking pictures is responding to the world around me.”
Johnny Patience, friend, and a fellow photographer, writes a heart felt piece about finding one’s place in the wide world. Home is such a fluid concept, something, Craig Mod and I discussed a long time ago.
Roadmap 2014 is a wrap. Katie (my co-chair) and I are grateful for all the generous support from our speakers, our backstage team, our editorial colleagues and most importantly all our attendees. Over next few days, I am going to unplug a little and take a step back and process many learnings from the event. It has left me refreshed, and a little clear about what comes next. Here is an easy way to catchup. These are some of my favorite quotes from the Roadmap 2014: Continue reading “13 of my favorite quotes from Roadmap 2014”
I don’t know what the future holds for Hi (I mean, I was giving Twitter clueless advice on the day it launched.) All I know is that I like it and how it makes me feel. I like the sentimentality of it. I like the simplicity of it. Most importantly, I love the fact that … Continue reading Say hi, Hi
This past weekend I ended up having coffee with Craig Mod, who in my mind is one of the best thinkers about world of information, publishing, content and its interplay with human senses, especially on the new mobile devices and digital platforms. He ran a publishing company in Japan and worked for Flipboard and is … Continue reading What is home in the connected age?