The iPad makes for a bad laptop, but a great tablet
From taking notes, automating my computer, to publishing my website, here is a list of some of my favorite apps and services
It shouldn’t be up to people of color to hold white hands and patiently educate over and over again
We are by now painfully familiar with how social media coerces us to paint a smiley face all over our lives.
Micro.blog recasts many of our now-familiar social media concepts in the spirit of open indieweb principles
What social media should be: a decentralized open protocol
I believe that politics is a good word, even though we are tempted to believe it represents only the worst of our interactions as a people.
This social contract is rampant in technology: give us your data so we can give you goodies
We live in a deranged age. So, let’s hash everything out in a semi-private discussion community
I miss you, dad.
This is the story of how we created a podcast network.
New ways to think about education and faculty and students
Larger phones are harder to use one-handed, but they are more useful for some other things.
We create a lot of things with our online presence. What should we keep and what should we treat as ephemeral?
A look at Apple’s first entirely new product in many years
I decided to dip my toe into some coding
Is there anyone quite like O’Connor?
We plan to cover the territory of creative people who are doing creative work.
It fell to me to create the flyer for this year’s Spring Symposium.
My journey figuring out how to route audio between local microphones and Skype calls to produce a high quality podcast.
From your childhood, there’s the stuff that still holds up, and then there’s everything else
Why must online education constantly justify itself against ignorance and a bias toward face to face instruction?
Me and my friend Benji have embarked on a journey to compose a movie soundtrack.
How do you find the balance in demanding excellence of yourself without also paralyzing yourself?
iPhone or Android? Who cares…
If everything is important, then nothing is important
Answering questions about the nature of online courses and the future of digital education
Almost invariably when a game includes a crafting system it ends up being one of the least enjoyable parts of the game.
Art is hard
A tribute to my dad, Bruce L. Edwards Jr.
Curated lyrical excerpts from the best music I heard in 2019 with links to listen on Spotify and Apple Music
I have released a new album of cover songs featuring Sufjan Stevens, Purity Ring, The Verve, a golden oldie, and a Disney classic
Curated lyrical excerpts from the best music I heard in 2018 with links to listen on Spotify and Apple Music
Despite efforts over time to constantly discover new music, there are always those artists whose work you completely miss
A heartbreaking song from Radiohead’s latest album
Follow Me cd release
A friend gave me a Joy Division mixtape to alleviate a gaping hole in my musical education
Working at her new art table
We had a blast carving some pumpkins this year with our housemates and fall weather
Emily and Melee were sleeping in, and I had to capture the adorableness
Some photos I took at a minor league baseball game in Columbus and on a trip to Michigan farmland
They are not the same thing
Some of the books I inherited from dad’s library.
Photos of my recording setup for the movie soundtrack to Detective Detective Detective.
Does Nintendo’s remake of the Game Boy classic hold up?
In Terry Gilliam’s latest film, an eccentric computer programmer named Qohen Leth is waiting for a phone call that will give his life meaning.
Reclusive writer-director Terrence Malick gives us a film that does not seem concerned with explaining itself
What did and didn’t work in the first Hobbit movie.
It’s quite the sprawling intertextual panoply!
A beautiful and moving poem by Arthur B. Sacks about his beloved mentor, expressed in a creative video
A fully narrated playthrough of the Super Nintendo classic Super Metroid
Playing around with a Sony action cam.
Shelby and I took our first real vacation in a long time.
Animated walk cycles are hard
Limitations can be really motivating sometimes.
A time-lapse video sketching Mike Wazowski from Pixar’s Monsters Inc.