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On Sacramento

I’m a Sacramentan. Actually, I’m technically not even a Sacramentan, but a Folsomite (Folsomer? Folsomess?), having grown up in a smaller suburb 20 miles northeast of the city proper, known principally for the prison once visited and sung about by Johnny Cash (a fitting representation, if you ask me). Upon hearing the news of JoanContinue reading “On Sacramento”

Get Uncomfortable

In living and working in California’s two biggest cities, I’ve seen it all. I’ve been in the periphery of each respective primary industry, Hollywood and Silicon Valley, and have seen how the attitudes of each industry permeates into the culture of each city. After listening to Michael Easter’s The Comfort Crisis, I recognize that inContinue reading “Get Uncomfortable”

Alone Together Review

Alone Together by Sherry Turkle is a 2011 analysis of how technology has transformed the way people react with one another on an individual level. Despite being published a decade ago, the book is chock full of observations and takeaways relevant to the present day. Turkle’s early concerns with the impacts of overwhelming technological stimulationContinue reading “Alone Together Review”

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