Path 3.0 Stickers

  [One of the e-stickers...] [Download Path 3.0 app here.] The big news for us this week was, we were part of the Path 3.0 launch that just happened at SXSW. Basically, we designed a bunch of e-stickers for the new store they built inside the app. It was a fun gig that will hopefully […]

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Pope

[buy print here...] So the Pope decided to resign today… I guess that’s not too surprising, even if a Pope hasn’t done it in 600 years. He was a very old man in ailing health, after all… I’m not Catholic, so I have no idea what this means for the Church as a whole. All […]

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The Geek Princess T-shirt

[Get the t-shirt here] I designed this T-shirt for all my favorite Girl Geeks that I’ve known over the years, Kathy Sierra, Hermione Way, Sarah Lacy, Alexia Tsosis, Arianna Huffington, Sarah Lamb, and too many others to mention. I love girl geeks. They make the world more interesting, prosperous, happy and fun. The world needs […]

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The gapingvoid Manifesto, a work in progress

[One of the pieces we did for Techcrunch etc.] The gapingvoid Manifesto, Draft One. [This is what we have so far. Jason (our CEO) wrote most of it. We feel we're on the cusp of something, now we just need to make it more real for other people. Feedback welcome, thanks. Exciting!] PART ONE: Business […]

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gapingvoid “Live-Tooning”: The Techcrunch Disrupt Slide Show Video

Gapingvoid Does Events – TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012 from Gapingvoid on Vimeo. Earlier this month the team and I attended Techrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, a most awesome event for the tech and startup community, where I got some awesome “Live-Tooning” done… 75 cartoons in three days, or something like that. Phew! Techcrunch kindly set […]

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Technology

[Buy the print!] [Subscribe] This cartoon was originally a personal business card I designed for Microsoft’s Jeff Sandquist. He wanted a card that he could hand out to both techies and “civilians”, both at business and social events. It’s a common theme among most of my peers- we’re totally consumed by our careers, yet we […]

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How To Really Use The Internet

I remember my first really big Internet “A-Ha!” moment like it was yesterday. It was about a decade ago, just after the DotCom crash, around the same time I first heard about blogging. I had just heard from somewhere that Salon.com, one of the first big-time magazines to launch exclusively online (that was still a […]

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The Internet: Keep It New, Keep It Fresh.

The Internet changed my life. Totally, utterly transformed it. Of course it did. In a very short period of time. A couple of years, tops. And then there’s also my Internet-famous rockstar friends: Those who, similar to myself, somehow managed to create these interesting, web-enabled, prosperous, functioning little online micro-empires of their own. Internet mavens […]

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Hey Kids!

does your schtick have a good creation myth? if not, maybe it needs one?

1. Silicon Valley was born in 1939, when Messieurs Hewlett & Packard started their company in a small garage in Paulo Alto. 2. In his book, “Delivering Happiness”, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh speaks of  in great length about “The Loft”, a place where all his friends used to hang out and party, and how this sense […]

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