Jun

23

:: OK Go + Earl Greyhound + The Booze :: seeing is believing

Hey did you know I take pictures too? OK Go might be one of the most visually stunning bands on the circuit right now.

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Mar

22

I can see clearly now: augmented reality in a contact lens

If you’ve read my thoughts on ubiquitous music or have been paying any attention to my twitter feed it’s pretty easy to understand why this article by Babak A. Parviz gets my geek up.

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Mar

21

:: Justin Townes Earle + Joe Pugg ::

The latest review and photo feature of mine on melophobe.com is a review of the Justin Townes Earle + Joe Pug show @ Great Scott in Allston.

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Feb

19

Work smart. Partner up.

If you’re like me, these days you can’t hardly get more than one post from your GoogleReader under your belt before someone mentions the future of one of the following: the advertising industry, newspapers, magazines. Wired has taken a nice step. But please Wired, don’t stop there. Partner up.

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Feb

11

:: The Builders and The Butchers ::

Thanks to the efforts of the guys behind the scenes @ melophobe, you can now embed the slide shows from our concert reviews in your various social pages! Booya!

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Feb

11

goodmorning luke

We were lucky enough to get a Kodak Zi6 HD Pocket Cam from my parents for the occasion of Luke’s birth. We didn’t receive it in time for his actual birth, so I wanted to make the first proper video taken to be of him just to kind of christen the camera.

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Jan

01

WhatsTheRealCost.org

“Here’s where the movement starts. Where we stop nodding along and ask “why”, “how much” and “how necessary”. Here’s where we curb runaway health care costs.”

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Nov

16

:: H1N1 meets marketing @ Shaw’s ::

alternate title: “Fear Sells”

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Nov

02

:: The Art of Unperfect ::

More often than I’d like to admit, I’ve seen people representing themselves or their company via social media make a mistake (be it in on-line customer relations or in real-world action) and then defend themselves feverishly instead of actually admitting they made a mistake.

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