Ahem. Afternoon. After much deliberation and experimentation, I will be resuming publishing here at Spicy HQ WorldwideDOTCOM as my main home. Over the course of the last year or so I’ve played around with other forms on online communication, but in line with some larger life goals of mine, I’m looking to swing the pendulum back […]Read more "Reconsideration + Consolidation"
Happy New Year, Spicy fans. January calls for a number of quick updates. 1. I’ve got a few side projects brewing right now. One project that I started this summer is Our Autonomous Future. It’s a small repository for thinking on the future of transit, cities, technology, and where it’s all moving — all while trying […]Read more "O.A.F. & Updates"
More from the backlog. Projects in the tubes. Inspirational videos have been consumed. Let’s get back at it, Spicy fans. In the words of Percy Davis, “Bang! Done.“Additional, interesting reads. Some old, some newer-ish: Daniel Bejar’s “Get Lost!” (pictured above) Crowdfunding Ad Space App assists with multifunctional perfection of chocolate chip cookie recipes Very old, but […]Read more "Enough Links For The Rest of Your Life"
I found this trailer during a journey to a highly praised, but under-delivering fried chicken palace in middle ohio. Anyways, apparently haunted houses now come in the industrial variety: The Factory of Terror. I’ve always loved the idea that horror stories and cultural demons are very deep reflections of the society that they exist in. […]Read more "Haunted Factories: Spicy Backlog"
Good afternoon Spicy readers! As we’ve undergone a site transition, new year, and general reinvigoration, the catacombs have been cleared out to make way for new goodness. What follows will be the first of a large number of posts, highlighting things collected, but never-before-shared. Enjoy. A miniature Canal Street subway cross-section by Alan Wolfson. I […]Read more "Dusting Off"
And we’re back! It’s been an odd and liminal year++ is all I will say, lest this this site of mine devolve into middle-school xanga territory. But, I’m back and have 70 odd post blips, new art projects, and random goodness that I plan on sharing. Time to slow things down, type out my thoughts, […]Read more "Spicy Recap and Revival"
As someone who has embarked on the job hunt I’ve been amazed at the way technology has changed the process. It’s so easy for a prospective employer to hide behind an e-mail — how inhuman the whole exchange can be is fairly disconcerting. On the flip side though, the companies and people who take the […]Read more "On the Difficulties of Job Hunting: the E-Snub"