For our second Analog Sunday Event, the Dig Boston gave us a nice write-up. Read the story here: https://digboston.com/occupied-what-are-you-missing-while-youre-scanning-insta/ For our third event happening this Sunday, the Harvard Crimson has reached out to send a reporter to check out the scene! This is all very exciting for Mo (my co-host) and I! Hope to see … More Analog Sunday, gaining local exposure
open.spotify.com/track/2naCQzUdZSGcdVKwHOX7m2 Reminding myself not to take things to personally. Always remember life is full of ups and downs and when times get tough, try to see the silver lining in it all. Sometimes a lesson or growth is wrapped up in critical introspective negative self talk. Remember you are human and learn from your mistakes. … More Feeling the feels tonight
I started watching the shows Cheers from the pilot for research on bar culture. I immediately got very excited while watching the opening credits. Thinking how fun it would be to put phones in the old-timey photos. The pilot introduces viewers to the local fictional pub set in Beacon Hill in Boston, MA. The local … More The Art of the Title: Cheers
This story from NPRabout a bar in England trying to keep phones out and community in is great! Please enjoy.
“Our screens enable us to do extraordinary things. Let them enhance us, not diminish us.” Directed by Olivia Wilde #HP #HPLaptop #WakeUp
I am ruminating on some research concepts for my spring 2020 independent study with Gunta Kaza. I am very excited to explore more ideas around my thesis and how we build/foster relationships as well as how we communicate today. I found this article helpful as I explore the question. What is a friend? What is … More Friends…what does that mean today?
This article was so entertaining and so good! Taking Virtual Reality for a Test Drive I walked with Jesus, shopped for a sofa, and flew like a bird over New York City. By Patricia Marx via the New Yorker. Illustration by Seb Agresti
I’m currently working on my final project for my elements of media class. I am designing a do not disturb sign for my office that incorporates an Arduino with a sensor that reacts to a movement for an extra layer that calls extra attention to anyone who approaches if my flag is raised in my … More Work in progress