Posts tagged ‘gnomedex’

Two Unrelated Photos

I was at Terra Breads the other day, and spotted this sign. If you ask me, the diction of the first sentence feels overly precise: There’s…

Read article

11 Consumer Macro Trends for 2010 from Larry Wu

I’m at the tenth (and last, as it happens) Gnomedex down in Seattle. I just watched Larry Wu, a kind of brand research and development guru…

Read article

Select Quotes From Gnomedex

For the fifth time, I’ve been at Gnomedex this weekend. It’s the usual melange of fascinating speakers, good friends and general nerdiness. Derek aptly described it…

Read article

The Travel Industry is Hurting

I flew to Toronto this week. One flight out, two flights (hello, bizarre sculpture in Calgary airport!) on the way back. While checking in at a…

Read article

Everything I Know About Presentations, I Learned in Theatre School

An Unlikely Education I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while, and was inspired to get it done by Merlin Mann’s recent piece about…

Read article

Thoughts on Gnomedex and Video of My Talk

I know my site gets a little Gnomedex-centric for a few days around the conference every year, so thanks for your patience. I’ll be done with…

Read article

Dolph Lundgren and Killer CDs

On Saturday night, I dropped by a little Gnomedex after-party at a local pub. For reasons I can’t recall, I talked about a movie that involved…

Read article

1100 Stacies

This is the source text of a speech I gave at Gnomedex in 2007. Here’s a video of me giving this talk. One A few years…

Read article