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Media Labs and Open News

With my thesis complete I’m about to embark on the next phase in life, and in true Millennial fashion it will last about 10 months because job security is for chumps. I’m going to be a Knight-Mozilla Fellow (feel free to call me “Mr. Fellow”) working in The Boston Globe as part of the Open […]

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An outside view of the armada (we're in the middle -- my desk is the far left computer)

Joining the Starship Eco

Classes didn’t start until Wednesday, but as I learned during orientation we are not just students — we’re also employees working under our advisers.  My boss/adviser, Henry Holtzman, heads the “Information Ecology” group, which focuses on making information more naturally accessible in the physical world.  I highly suggest you check out the group website and […]

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Yep, I think we're all set here (notice how both computer chairs are sliding towards the middle of the room.  That's because the house is slanted). (Also note the orange wall.)

The First 24 Hours of Boston

Lyla and I got home from the honeymoon on August 31st at 11:00 PM.  The next day was going to be intense: the plan was to finish packing the entire apartment into boxes, move those boxes into a Uhaul by 3:00, take the 6-hour drive to Boston, and unpack the truck into our new place […]

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My last day was Friday

I had been working for a small web to print company called ColorQuick since June of 2009 to keep me from becoming a homeless person while I waited for Lyla to finish her five-year-long art degree.  Apparently it isn’t possible to graduate on time if you are a student at Tyler. The experience was worthwhile, […]

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