Journal

The Joy and Urgency of Being Curious

Being curious permits us to think deeply and differently, empowering us as we wander into uncomfortable territory without the fear of failure, permitting us to find new boundaries of our skill or understanding of the world.
Super Bowl LVI

Review: Super Bowl LVI Commercials

On Sunday the L.A. Rams walked away with a victory in Super Bowl LVI, but who won in the advertising arena? We all have our opinions. Some based on creativity, humor, or ROI. With Bill Shea, of The Athletic, reporting…

Take This Lollipop 2

Who Wants to Play Lollipop?

Jason Zada and Bill Oberst Jr. return nine years later to disrupt Halloween and our daily video calls with Take This Lollipop 2. In 2011, Take This Lollipop frightened viewers with a customized horror experience by hijacking your personal data…

How to Connect a Mevo Camera to OBS

Yes, you can use your Mevo Camera in OBS by streaming to a custom destination using RTMP. In this guide I’ll walk you through setting up an RTMP on a Mac with a simple, free utility called Local RTMP Server…

The Quiet Secret of Reflection

I have a secret. Confronted with the canopy of distant stars, silent landscapes, or the rush of the ocean I find myself lost. It’s an intentional act, of course. I have always found solace and intrigue in my most inner…

Unexpected Acts of Kindness

Sincere acts of kindness are endangered. In our hyper-connected world we move too fast to slow down and take the time to consider those around us. That’s not to say it doesn’t happen. And it’s amazing what a little note…

Send the Elevator Back Down

Our success isn’t just our own. It’s a culmination of dedication, happenstance, hard work, loving support, sometimes a little luck, and opportunity. I recall a conversation I had years ago with a colleague about “sending the elevator back down.” Meaning,…