Tomorrow I start a new gig with Inside.com as the new editor of the Inside Apple newsletter. I couldn’t have dreamed up a better new-dad gig for myself.Read More
After nine years on the Comm Team and 11 years of Burning Man, I’m stepping down from my role with Burning Man Project. I’m flinging the doors back open at Ablaze Interactions and seeking client work again.Read More
Dominique “Yung Manager” Debucquoy-Dodley and I will be presenting at ComNet18, “the communications conference of consequence,” in San Francisco sometime between October 10 and 12, 2018. Our session is entitled, “Empower Your Audience by Handing Them the Mic.”Read More
I’ve decided to learn to program. I want to be a Swift programmer building on Apple’s platforms.
I’m going to chronicle this adventure at hello.ablaze.co, so you can follow along and offer me your words of wisdom. My only hope for this blog is that it puts me in deeper contact with the Apple developer world and generates new leads for me to follow in my studies. Maybe it’ll also be an interesting document of learning to code that will help others. And hey, maybe I’ll succeed, and then the story of how I became a programmer will already be written down.
When we launched burningman.org last year, we re-skinned the blog to match and called it Voices of Burning Man, but that was just to buy time. As soon as burningman.org was stable, we started a design process for a full-fledged Burning Man web publication that would become the Burning Man Journal. I couldn’t be more proud to show it to you.Read More