About MeI'm passionate about building community, understanding how to maximize time, objects, skills and space and the new age of sharing. As a digital native, I see where things have been as well as where they are going.
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Category Archives: Future of Work
I attended the GigaOM Roadmap Conference this November. The line up was ridiculous. I gleaned so much knowledge and insight about where things are going to go and current trends from the minds of industry leaders, futurists, philosophers, doctors and … Continue reading
Since I have allowed my life to be dictated not only by choice, but also by conscious intention, miracles have shown up all over the place. I have become increasingly aware and sensitive to the fact that we are a … Continue reading
I’m noticing a trend. Let me first say….Coworking rocks! In fact, I wear my “Cowork” (see below) shirt from the 2011 Coworking Unconference put on by Loosecubes at least once a week. Yet, I feel like there’s a swell moving … Continue reading
Trends of location, culture and technology are colliding, which makes this an exciting time to be alive. I was born into the internet as the internet was being born. And now, the internet is going to have a secondary affect … Continue reading
Sometimes you need to brainstorm, other times you need to dump. At the moment, there is a lot of minutia trapped between my synapses. So, I hereby give myself permission to thought dump: 1.) Don’t get Google slapped. The farmer … Continue reading
FYI: This was written more than a week ago while @airbnb. What an interesting space. I’m at @airbnb headquarters at the moment. How’d I wind up coworking @airbnb? Somehow I seem to end up in strange scenarios all the time. … Continue reading
Right now, being ‘transparent’ means telling people what you like to do and what your core beliefs are. In the future, transparency looks like live streaming video, open conversations, location based connections and real life opinions shared among tight knit … Continue reading