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What Flare symbol on the board? Oh, that is a ghost...

TODAY: “FlareCode, New Videos!”

Over the last few weeks, the FlareCode team has been working on an application to the start-up accelerator TechStars. Part of the application process involved the creation of a few different videos, including a product demo and a set of brief interviews with the co-founders of FlareCode. I have embedded our product demo and my … Continue reading

Yeah, this bike is in the library.

AthensBread: “How-to-torial: Build your own bike basket”

Athens Bread is an online magazine, launched in Feb. 2011, with a new vision for covering Southeast Ohio. The Northern tip of Appalachia is a place as magical as it is secret, there are stories here — hidden beneath a veil of mist and the shadows of mountains — of tragic loss and brilliant redemption, … Continue reading

Giant robots dream of giant electric sheep, and I am fine with that.

AthensBread: “Lulz: Rules About Robots”

Athens Bread is an online magazine, launched in Feb. 2011, with a new vision for covering Southeast Ohio. The Northern tip of Appalachia is a place as magical as it is secret, there are stories here — hidden beneath a veil of mist and the shadows of mountains — of tragic loss and brilliant redemption, … Continue reading

Rocking on the Hocking

AthensBread: “Self-Made Manifesto: Bread Thift & Tech”

Athens Bread is an online magazine, launched in Feb. 2011, with a new vision for covering Southeast Ohio. The Northern tip of Appalachia is a place as magical as it is secret, there are stories here — hidden beneath a veil of mist and the shadows of mountains — of tragic loss and brilliant redemption, … Continue reading

JumpLookThink Vol. 13: “If It Ain’t Bricked, Don’t Fix It”

This is the thirteenth issue of my ‘zine JumpLookThink. Like the ‘zines of decades past, JLT began as a labor of love. College has exposed me to a remarkably wide range of intellectual disciplines, most notably design, and I realize that I will not have the opportunity to pursue them all within the boundaries of … Continue reading

Today: Worth a Thousand Words

Just a short update today — mostly housekeeping with a titillating tidbit of new content, which I will get to first: I’ve added the first three posters advertising winter quarter’s weekly Society of Professional Journalists meetings, as well as a poster I made for one of the oldest and noblest traditions of the E.W. Scripps … Continue reading

Today: Dialog About WikiLeaks with Frank Bumb

Hey all. Today I’m serving up a piping hot (yet refreshingly civil) conversation between myself and my esteemed J-school colleague Frank Bumb (@frankbumb) on the wikileaks saga — which everyone will undoubtedly know about this morning when they wake up and find out about Anonymous’ Operation Payback. Strange times and, as you will read below, they … Continue reading

Today: FlareCode, Now on GrowVC.com

Nik (@niklossalontay) and I – in our never-ending search for start-up capital – have initiated an account for FlareCode on GrowVC.com. It is a neat little website, they push themselves as a sort of microlending-VC-hybrid. Not sure it will lead to money, but I definitely think it is a great exercise, as a writer and … Continue reading

Today: A Celebratory Back Pat and Video Morsel

Yesterday I told my friend Hanne (@hannebanane) that I had spent 23 of the previous 48 hours in front of a computer at Alden Library. I spent almost as much time at Alden again today, but the work is really coming along. I have almost finished cataloging what portions of my older work I was … Continue reading

For The Estate: “Offshore Drilling Is Coming to a Vote – Democrats to Offer a Mix of Proposals”

This column is reprinted from my political blog For The Estate. Offshore Drilling Is Coming to a Vote – Democrats to Offer a Mix of Proposals (9/14/2008) By Ian Bowman-Henderson Offshore drilling is going to be voted on as early as this week in a proposal that would allow states to open the waters 50-100mi … Continue reading