Traveling for work is a bit of a roller coaster ride, a fine line between working and playing, ballin’ and budgeting. I’m fortunate to have many opportunities to travel for my job, and often for really cool reasons: I get to meet and spend time with interesting people that I otherwise would never talk to, [...]
Hi! It’s been too long. The last two months has just been crazy with travel, new projects and finishing the canoe, and I realized I couldn’t do everything I wanted to do, so I let Liberty+Lunch fall by the wayside. I don’t like describing my time away from writing as something that was “wayside” on [...]
I think I can finally announce that it’s official: On Saturday I’m travelling to London for eight days then to Mumbai for another eight or so days. I got a bunch of vaccinations this morning – Hepatitis A & B, Typhoid and Tetanus – I leave on Saturday! I’m travelling with frog, my company, on [...]
[Or, The frog SXSWi Opening Party Was Ridiculously Awesome] Saturday night was the much-anticipated South By Southwest Interactive opening party hosted by my company, frog, together with Microsoft, and officially kicked off three weeks of SXSW craziness for Austin Texas. Hosted at the beautiful and gigantic Palmer Events Center on Lady Bird Lake, we expected [...]
Today at frog we kicked off our new book club with a discussion of the Steve Jobs Biography by Walter Isaacson. The main theme of the conversation was, “I’m not Steve Jobs and you’re not Steve Jobs, so what can we learn from Steve Jobs”. We went from there and discussed Steve’s personality, his reality [...]
Post imported from Food Culturalist Sneak peak of our latest freelance project-a service map for Concilio Family Services.
Post imported from Food Culturalist I’ve had a really long week at work and I’ve been sick, but today after a grueling client presentation I was greeted with the best ever Coffee Time! Coffee Time is a ritual that we have at frog, brought over from our European offices, where it’s common to have [...]
Post imported from Food Culturalist As you may (or may not) know, I work for Comcast Interactive Media, a subset of the cable giant Comcast here in Philly when I’m not busy cookin and bikin and eatin up a storm (which means I’m a full-timer). Today we celebrated the Ralph Roberts’ 90th birthday with [...]
It’s done! The service map Ryan and I created for the Eastern North Philadelphia Youth Services Coalition is complete. The final poster is over 7 feet wide and on display in a gallery accompanying student work from the program we designed for.
Some of the data visualization and infographic work I did while at Electronic Ink has been published in the CEO Harold Hambrose’s latest book. A bit of background: While at Electronic Ink I spent three months performing contextual research with a group of highly trained nurses that comprise one Philadelphia Hospital’s Rapid Response [...]