A new podcast from Leland Cheuk and myself, in which we discuss films, TV, books, comedy, culture, technology, and the (purported) decline of civilization.
February 1, 2014
SXSW Interactive 2014 panel organized by Emily Wright and myself, featuring Jake Levitas of the City of San Francisco's Innovation Office. Civic technologists, engaged artists, and makers are doing amazing things in their own silos. This panel asked and imagined what can happen when these neighbors and creators step out of their spaces and collaborate?
January 16, 2014
An interactive map of the mysterious and mythical beasts reputed to exist around the world. Where do they lie in wait, those hours before you wake?
September 25, 2013
Developed the information architecture, strategy, and content for microsite featuring Pivotal's Data Science team, its services, case studies, whitepapers, and links to the open source data…
August 25, 2013
This interactive prototype conceived and demonstrated a storytelling layer for the New Play Map, a project from HowlRound: A Center for the Theater Commons at Emerson College. New…
February 25, 2013
Mule Train was an aggressive indie rock-cum-cowpunk outfit I formed in 2004 upon returning to Santa Cruz with Kevin Rainsberry on drums and Esteban "Cody" Perez…
April 27, 2006
The second in the deviant twang compilation series, released sometime around 2005 (if my failing memory serves me correctly.) On the whole, this one is much…
July 4, 2005
The second compilation I organized, Someday Coming Down: A Deviant Twang Sampler, was released in 2004 and focused largely on underground country, folk, and cowpunk from…
March 30, 2004
The closest thing I’ve done to a proper solo full-length—at least to date—No Shoes, No Shirt, No Skinny Ties is a largely acoustic album I recorded…
July 4, 2003
Boaz Vilozny is the best songwriter to ever give up music in favor of organic chemistry. His songs are terribly, painfully, brilliant. For years, he and…
November 2, 2002
Ah, the heady days of 2002. At the time, my nutrition primarily came from Budweiser and vodka and day-old bagels. Out of personal torpor and an…
August 11, 2002
Perhaps the greatest musical project in the history of post-Sinatra pop-rock music, Jam Her Like Jelly was an artistic collaboration between Aaron “Stout” Thompson and myself,…
November 4, 2001