Thanks to Kris Krug for making me feel a little bit seen and relevant…
We did so many projects over the years and the other folks on this list are true champions, ergo:
The world is opening up and things are really starting to take off fast all around me. People are travelling again and getting together in person … and the AI renaissancehas just begun. In an effort to keep in better touch with my community I’ve been putting some infrastructure in place to help keep me organized and in close touch with my friends, family and colleagues.
Thanks for your time and attention and checking what I’m up to. Hopefully you walk away feeling inspired and having learned a thing or two.
The little rip about me says:
Dave Olson – or as we fondly call him, UncleWeed. Broadcasting from the serene landscapes of rural Japan, Dave, you’re making waves as a musician. Your postcard project is off the charts, and those digital archives? Epic! Rock on!
Kris Krug / KK / MotleyKrug is scattered all over this archive so you can ensure authenticity. Hoping I get on his video show one of these days soon to talk about:
"practical applications and reasons for both analog personal archaeology as well as methods and my current conundrum about digital archiving and why it matters and why it’s a complete and utter catastrophe and headache and then how new technologies and tools might help especially as I’m now trying to go forwards and backwards at the same time with new art creation. Thoughts?
i have some good new anecdotes which will tie all the bundles together. If you want, I’m not very smart about the new technologies part but I’ve got some things to say that may be vaguely amusing about that punk rock singers from Surrey and donkey races in Jamaica and usual Grateful Dead bits"
Oh right, he also said: “i’m tryin to get all my peeps to signup for my email and give it a lil push… https://kriskrug.co/subscribe” / which somehow lead me to think of this important quote by a true hero (and pencil improver):
“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.”
Henry David Thoreau, Walden