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Keypad

San Francisco: keypad
13 Sep 2013

In: Design Inspiration, Noe Valley
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Fresh to the Door

12 Sep 2013

In: Cultural Norms, San Francisco
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The ways in which delivery from production to the home shelf can be automated. In a world of known demand + spatial awareness + autonomous …
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Harpoon Caught

31 Aug 2013

In: Cultural Norms, Noe Valley
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The cynical consumer naturally thinks of a harpooner in a fish-farm.
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Drone Unfriendly Skies

14 Aug 2013

In: Cultural Norms, San Francisco
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The geography and infrastructure that supports or detracts from the ability of autonomous things to move around.
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The Life Span of Objects

17 Jul 2013



Bought a pack of diamond drill bits for going through rock and stone – experimenting with some detailing on the D3 design. The drill-bits came …
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Being Pulled in Both Directions

02 May 2013

In: Design Inspiration, New York
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Vice is already a BigCorp, all be it one with a decent set of fuck-you values. As it grows it’s enjoying the pains of figuring …
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Squared

02 May 2013

In: Design Inspiration, New York
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In the US the Square-tablet cash register has so rapidly become part of the retail landscape, particularly amongst newer businesses that haven’t yet made the …
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Muzzle Flash

28 Apr 2013

In: Design Inspiration, New York
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Context to this post here. On Friday I was invited into Google Labs New York and given the opportunity to try out Glass. I declined. Here’s why. There are …
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The Value of Porn

26 Apr 2013

In: New York, Today's Office
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If you write sixty thousand words on turning observation and insights into things that make a difference for clients, and your book contains a few …
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Fair Warning

26 Apr 2013



An interview of sorts with the Wall Street Journal this week – in the News Corp building. This reminder of their corporate values greets employees …
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