The fine people at Offscreen Magazine asked me to write about something – anything – and I landed on the weird junction of computer memory vs. human memory. It’s about photography. It’s about information architecture. It’s about my faulty memory. It’s about organization, its place in our life, and why it matters.
August 8th, 2011: the day the New Yorker started making content strategy jokes. “In the kitchen, I’m more of an aggregator than a content creator.” You can even get it as a shirt or coffee mug. Image not posted because it would cost me $450. Via Paul Ford’s Mlkshk stream.