An essay of mine on the work of Mexican novelist Yuri Herrera called “Kingdoms of the Border” was published in the most recent issue of Full Stop Quarterly.
Santa Cruz quarterly Catamaran has published a short story of mine in their Fall 2017 issue. The story, called “Bangr,” is a satirical-but-plausible chronicle of the design of a dating app in the fiercely competitive, everyday dystopia of present-day San Francisco.
My short story “Sir” was published in Irish literary journal Crannóg, Issue 46 (Winter 2017) – my first print publication outside the United States.
I put together the web presentation for an EdSource special report on student homelessness. The five-story package includes a map and audio story, and weeks of on the ground reporting and data analysis to bring urgent news on how the housing crisis in California is being felt by the most vulnerable: youth, students and the poor.
When someone’s leg is flying at you, it’s important to feel like you can trust them. At the Muay Thai gym in Oakland I trained at for over a year, I learned that feedback is all-important.
It’s a hybrid of the code-focused developer notebook a lot of programmer blogs consist of, and a notebook for where tech intersects with other things, like visual art or music.
At the beginning of this month I landed back in the U.S. after two years of living abroad, in Oaxaca, Mexico and Berlin, Germany. Bringing the adventure to a close was bittersweet. It was hard to be sure when the right moment was for it to end, but I’m so grateful I had these experiences, and I’m also glad to be back.
Hearing View Rheinau documents the creation of a sound installation in Switzerland where textures from four seasons on the Rhine were meticulously captured.
Morris is putting a microscope on the kind of false logic that should raise our bullshit alarms the next time we hear it.
I’ve been thinking a lot about technology and its implications lately, and this morning I sketched out a simple framework for an “anthropocentric technology.”