My little boy teaches me to innovate within a limited set of materials and parameters by asking me to draw a unique napkin for his lunch each day.
Last night, in a dream of all things, I was reminded of a very real encounter that changed my perception for so much the better.
Nudging people to be prepared in a crisis is no small feat. It’s a rare thing to be even a little successful.
I made a tribute to Mom, for the Nespresso Talents International Film Festival. It’s the first of its kind, requiring all entries to be submitted in 9 x 16 format, or upright, the way we might view a video on our phones without turning them on their side for 16 x 9, or widescreen-style. Pretty…
Our course is offered by the Illinois Institute of Technology’s (IIT) Institute of Design (IDx) 597, a “Special Topics” offering at the graduate-level.
Since I last wrote about it, Technology Operations (TechOps for short) has evolved. Here’s how.
Have you ever walked down the same street for years before noticing something really obvious?
The 10/65 Film Festival was a complete success. So much gratitude to everyone who helped make it so. Our kids are amazing artists + voices for sustainability in our schools + community. Watch some of our favorite entries from this year’s festival.
Like making lists? Me, too. Even though my lists may not look like lists in the traditional sense, they still serve a pretty cool purpose.
Farmers survive by quickly learning how to do many things. Out of necessity in this high-tech era, they’ve also become hackers.
Ever made a 10-second film using your phone or tablet? Evanston’s District 65 Green Team is a committee dedicated to helping promote sustainability in our communities + schools. This year, we’re promoting the idea of Reuse, Reduce + Recycle through a 10 Second Film Festival.
Work looks the same as play. It’s difficult to tell if you’re on Insta or looking at that spreadsheet accounting just sent over.
Yesterday was kind of a big deal, celebrated quietly inside my own heart. It was the 10th anniversary of the day I completed a labor of love that changed my life for so much the better.
Few things are more satisfying to geeky parents than watching Star Wars with their child(ren) for the first time and noticing which character they take to. I was 5 years old when I saw it, my first movie. It wasn’t just a movie. It was a drive-in movie. It wasn’t just a drive-in movie. It was Star Wars.
Still using Facebook? Here are some tips to use it more safely, protect your identity, and detect fakery.
Remember being little and curious? It’s not too late to get it back.