Hi! I'm David, the former Director of Technology and Digital Strategy at the MIT Museum.
I'm fascinated by our cyborganic relationship with technology, soulful computing, and humane software.
The week (i.e., week 2 of my mini-sabbatical) was low-key. Spent a little time working on organizing and setting up goals via OKRIER: My technique borrows from the OKR framework used at Google. ...except my version is OKRier! O = Objectives KR = Key Results I = Initiatives E = Execution R = Review
So, today marks the end of my first week of a month-long break between gigs. I'll have more to say about my job transition in the coming days, but for now, I'll leave it as it is: I exist in a liminal space. I'm
I'm in Austin over the 4th of July weekend to visit family. Every time I come back to Texas I have incredibly mixed feelings about how this town is metastasizing away from Richard Florida's utopian vision of a "Creative Class rising." He predicted Austin
Today we launched a new MIT Museum website, and started our 100 day countdown to the opening of the Museum in its new building at Kendall Square in Cambridge, MA (October 2! If you're in Boston around that time, hit me up and I'll make sure
Computational nostalgia haunts me. I have become the vintage computer, to be sold off at a garage sale.
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