Always in search of something worthy.
When we speak with friends, share a joke, a quiet word, or a conversation over drinks, there is so much more than words that pass between us. A smile or nod or encouraging gesture – these allow for true connection and understanding. Being really with someone. How can a technology hope to…
You have to believe that they were wrong!
Great, great spoken word piece collabed with motion graphics artists.
I had the opportunity to Guest Post on TechCrunch today about building and finding $1B+ consumer tech companies!
Flashback: On my 30th birthday last year, I decided to teach my very first dance class. I taught the style I knew best —- hip hop.
I’ve choreographed probably 5 songs in my life before this routine. It took me hours upon hours to figure this out and it was short!
Well, thought I’d put it out there anyway.
Today, I’m very excited to announce the launch of a product we’ve been wanting to build for quite some time now. Since our launch in October of 2010, we’ve focused on building a simple app that has inspired creativity while capturing everyday moments through the lens of your mobile phone. In…
Last time I was here, I was walking on fire in the back during a #UPW with @tonyrobbins. #coolmoss (at Long Beach Convention Center)
Tried to make @socentla’s #SocialEntrepreneurship event tonight and when I get there, it ends. #fail (at The Parlor)
Nuggets of wisdom, we have here.
Sean McCabe | http://seanwes.com
As a kid I thought I was pretty strange. I always found myself drawing letter forms throughout middle school and high school. My homework was littered with typographic illustrations. The artistic friends I had all seemed to draw cartoons, or paint still life, but for some odd reason I was drawn to letters. I just really enjoyed hand lettering.
Posts like this continues to make me want to move to SF.
So goddamn true!
The truth comes out. This is why Rabois is leaving Square. He’s being forced too? I guess things you see on TV can happen in real life.
Yesterday I resigned from Square, and I want to take the opportunity to explain to you why.
The past few days have been the toughest, saddest, most frightening, and emotionally draining of my life. They have deeply affected me, both personally and professionally.
In May 2010, I met someone…
Random fact: I wanted to be a dancer when I was younger. Though it never became a reality, I still dance for fun. After all, it’s one of my biggest passions.
I definitely have more experience as a hip hop dancer. But, I started taking contemporary/lyrical a couple years ago. In an effort to stretch my comfort zones, I decided to choreograph my very first lyrical piece. I wanted to see how my creative side interpreted music and how it translated to choreography.
And to top it off, I decided to teach it to some friends at my local studio as my first class. Sometimes we learn more when we teach.
Talk about stretching comfort zones!