August 29, 2014 – San Diego, California

Links: August 29, 2014

Happy Labor Day weekend!

  • These minimalist portraits of athletes are genius.

  • I can't remember where I heard this over the last week, but I have thought about it a lot. Hope it encourages you:

"Whatever God promises, He will always deliver."

  • Super stoked on my new ARYSEco surfboard by Ryan Sakal.


September 3, 2013 – San Diego, California

Links: September 3, 2013

Hope you all had an awesome Labor Day weekend!

  • SerialBox Presents: Season 2 released last week and we are so excited to have it out. All of the sessions turned out really great, and here is a peak of Noah Gundersen's:


  • My friend Mike Foster released his newest project, Freeway, this past week! I hope you get a chance to check it out.

  • Last but not least, thanks to everyone who "liked" the photo I posted on Facebook over the last week for the Hughes Marino contest. We won and will be sitting in the front section at the Padres game tonight. Look for me on TV!

September 1, 2012 – San Diego, CA

Weekend Links: September 1, 2012

It's September! What?!

  • I am really excited to share the latest from my extremely talented cousin, Stephen Greenwood: Polygon. Read about & watch it here. This series will give a brief history of video game publications, and why there's never a good time to launch a new one. Stephen has a knack for making interesting content really interesting. Excited to keep up with this.

  • If you've been here before, you know that I. love. Paper Route. Well, as of this week, you can watch and read about their new video for "You & I" and you can pre-order the record.

  • Brandon posted a great article by Seth Godin on playing nice with others. Read Seth's thoughts here.

  • Graham launched his new SquareSpace site yesterday. Check it out at Proud brother here.

  • You've probably heard of Mint, but if for some reason you don't have an app to track your personal finances, you have to give it a shot. Mint hooks up with your debit/credit cards, has great iOS apps, keeps budgets for you ... it's incredibly useful.

  • I haven't listened to The Album Leaf in a while, but I stumbled onto his new record, the original soundtrack for "Torey's Distraction", on Spotify and have really loved it. Incredibly calming, more acoustic than previous records, nice etherial guitar work, perfect background music. I will be working to this during late nights for the foreseeable future.

  • If you haven't to J. Thoven yet, here's a Labor Day weekend treat for you: