Last night we found out why none of your comments had been posting to the site and fixed that. We just thought we were unpopular — but it turns out there’s actually plenty of love to go around on the internet after all. Thanks for everyone who listened to the first show and we’ve got another one locked and loaded for this Wednesday — as well as a few other surprises.
Welcome to the first episode of The Reflex Blue Show with Nate Voss and Donovan Beery! On this week’s episode, we welcome our good friend Steve Hartman of Creativille. Steve is a member of the AIGA Board of Directors and works a great deal with design education for K-12 when he’s not pumping out pure genius at his day job. It also helps that he’s one hell of a nice guy.
Next week’s scheduled episode will feature Stefan Bucher, author of 100 Days of Monsters (baring any airport or travel shenanigans!)
Just heard our first preview of the new music for The Reflex Blue Show, and let me just say our minds are blown.
Fans of the old music — mixed by me in 2005, then again in 2006, in Garage Band using their freebie basic tracks — may be temporarily taken aback by the new tracks, but only long enough for them to hear the jump in quality that can only be described as light years beyond the original music. So out are the stock baselines, stock drums, stock wakka-wakkas and in is the real music.
If you want to hear more of Steve’s amazing DJ talents, you can head to his Dustlab Myspace page. I’m a big fan of Tokens and Headphones.
The third job was the one that was the most difficult to leave, but as with any new opportunity, I was looking forward to the new challenges. Being the year 2000, a technology company was also an exciting place to be a working at, but one that would not last. That darn dot com bubble was bound to burst, I’m just glad I had the opportunity to live it first hand, as I learned so much about myself, design and business in the process.
As I have before, I list the five lessons I value the most in no particular order: