•February 2, 2009 • Leave a Comment

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TED is coming soon to a theater near you

•January 27, 2009 • Leave a Comment

From the TED organizers: As part of our goal to expand our TED Prize community, we will be presenting, for the first time ever, the TED Prize session live in select theaters and cinemas across the US. In this live simulcast, deep-ocean explorer Sylvia Earle, astronomer Jill Tarter, and maestro Jose Antonio Abreu will reveal their 2009 TED Prize wishes to change the world. Be the first to see what they wish for!

The two-hour presentation will include special introductions from Quincy Jones, Al Gore and Sir Richard Branson and a surprise guest. This is an opportunity to be the first to know what our winners wish for — and to join the TED Prize community in helping make their wishes become a reality.

We hope you will join us and fellow TEDizens in theaters for this exciting event!

When: Thursday, February 5
Start time: 5pm Pacific / 7pm Central / 8pm Eastern

Participating theaters as of 01/21/09:

Laemmle Music Hall
9036 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Laemmle’s Playhouse
673 East Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91101

Michigan Theatre
124 N. Mechanic St.
Jackson, MI 49201

Bryn Mawr Film Institute
824 West Lancaster Ave.
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

Jane Pickens Theater
49 Touro St.
Newport, RI 02840

Tickets are $20. For updates on participating theaters, tickets and more info, visit

Timeless Concert Series

•January 26, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Anyone with an interest in culture, music, arts, etc… NEEDS to buy a ticket to the Timeless Concert Series. I’m so proud of Mochilla and Art Don’t Sleep for putting together an incredible line-up of composers and musicians and keeping this in Los Angeles. I encourage you, wherever you are, to come and experience this once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon.

Website Woes

•January 22, 2009 • Leave a Comment

yellow-dot-white-squaresI’ve been slowly chipping away with Braydon Fuller on 2.0, and it’s SUCH a process!! Selecting images, writing and re-writing text, considering navigation, user experience, optimization, esh! It’s crazy! But thank goodness for Braydon. He’s a miracle worker when it comes to programming, and I wish I could show you all how awesome the back end of the website works, because what he has done is truly amazing. Hope my work on the front can do it a little bit of justice. I actually used to make websites back in the 90s just for fun – although I still love the layout you see to the left, based on my favorite coat from Japan that I thankfully still fit into, expect to see something much more clean. Stay tuned…

Problems solved! (iphone apps)

•January 21, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Today I was asked if I knew someone who built iphone apps. I know quite a few techies but wasn’t sure if I knew anyone right off the bat who specialized in it… fortunately my genius techie friend Josh Klein emailed me from the East Coast, and was able to refer me to

I don’t have an iphone, so I don’t really download apps — but if I did, I would immediately download the one for Yelp and the one for TED:

Positive Poketo Projection

•January 21, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Check out the poketo x dublab wallet + cd! Hurry and get yours today!

44 x 44

•January 20, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Our 44th President is HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And, in beautiful timing, the Serendipitea Tea’s Obama 44 Inaugural Blend has also arrived for our backstage eco-lounge at the 40th NAACP Image Awards. Thanks to Jen Sall for introducing us to the company. They are really great. Read more here:

Also, pencil 4/4 in your calendars for what is sure to be one of our favorite Pink Cloud events in 09!! Stay tuned…


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