A couple of pics from NYC

There was something surprising about my recent visit to NYC. It’s kind of freaked me out. It’s as if I was finding out Santa isn’t real for the second time. You see, like others, I’ve long held the city as the epicentre of greatness – both in sheer size but also in less tangible aspects like opportunities […]

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The new look

Just a teeny tiny post to let you know I’m still here and haven’t forgotten about this place. I’ve been heads down over the past few months on The Fetch and just got back from a mini-work/play trip to Vegas and Portland (two starkly contrasting cities). I’m going to put some thoughts together on both […]

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Growth

I was walking through Montgomery BART station in San Francisco last week when déjà vu came upon me.  The creamy hexagonal wall tiles (which coincidentally can be admired in Greenday’s When I Come Around video) triggered a long-forgotten one-time avatar from 2010. It was during that summer I’d quit my full-time job in the magazine world to follow […]

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Melbourne’s Top 100

Be sure to grab a copy or peek of The Age’s (melbourne) magazine tomorrow as the annual Top 100 list for 2011 is out and a panel of judges deemed me worthy for inclusion! The Top 100 (which is apparently not ordered but for the record, I’m number 66) is a compilation of Melbourne’s most […]

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Transience

There is nothing permanent except change. ~ Heraclitus I’ve been meaning to write a post about location independence for a while now… mainly discussing how I’ve been combining work with travel in the last two years and how a PO Box is now my official residence in Australia after recently selling a lot of my stuff. However, […]

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