Creating modular technology is far from a radical idea, but Phonebloks is a fun concept.
I am in.
My new custom made Nike ID kicks. The best part is my name written black on black.
I’ve spent my nights and weekends these past three years writing a novel. It’s about a guy who designs fake computer interfaces and a girl who doesn’t own a cellphone. If you enjoyed essays of mine like The Slow Web and Habit Fields, I think you’ll find a lot to love about this book.
But first I need your help. I recently finished a new draft of the manuscript and now I’m raising money to hire an editor and publish a hardcover version of the book. I made a short (2 minute) video about it, and you can see the video and back the project on the Kickstarter page.
Working on this book has been an incredible learning experience for me, and I look forward to sharing it with you.
So this happened. Our dear friend Jack is a writer now…amongst 1000 other things (he is pretty much a super star). As I ran into him on a train this evening, he seemed cool as a cucumber about this, so we chatted about our daily lives, no big deal. But I would like to take a moment and just jump up and down, because this is a big deal and it should be celebrated. Go Jack! Please support him.