I’m one of the 55.5% of listeners who stream podcasts on the Apple Podcasts app because it’s the default app on my phone. I assure you if not for the main feature of “it’s right there,” I would not be using it so often. Although there is a number of things that could be improved upon, here I include my main three proposed interface changes. … Continue reading BLOG POST: Some Interface Criticism
I’m saying this in second person, but really this is just a list of unconventional things I keep in my workspace. If you work at a desk — whether it’s at home or an office — it’s safe to assume you expect a degree of productivity from it. Here are some things that may help you along your way (it sure has helped me along … Continue reading BLOG POST: Unconventional Neccessities At Your Work Desk
//Note: Piece was originally published on http://amptutd.com (now ampatutd.com) but since the website went down due to hacking incident (ironic), I’ve uploaded the version that was published in print. Continue reading Is Your Anxiety Manifesting In Your Bitchin’ Insta Feed?
I spend a lot of time thinking about things I could and should do. I end up brainstorming and doing rough drafts, and I’m ready to roll. Inevitably, real life (school, work, etc) blinds me with some latest debacle that demands all of my attention. So as an ode to my past brainchildren (both independent and collaborative), I’m compiling a comical list of failed podcasts. … Continue reading BLOG POST: The Podcast Purgatory
Originally published on http://amptutd.com (now ampatutd.com) but since the website went down due to hacking incident (ironic) I’ve uploaded the version that was published in print. Continue reading Neo Yokio: A Testament to the Rise of Neo-Dadaism
On Nov. 9, I leave early before class to stop at the gas station. There’s a pickup truck in front of me, with a conspicuous “Make America Great Again” sticker. Before I realize what’s going on, the man who owns the truck walks toward me. I have one hand on the gas nozzle. I nervously glance at the meter, and it tells me I’ve filled … Continue reading To The ‘Silent Majority’ — Stop Asking Me Not to Hate You