Growth hacker nerds are cool: what startups and traditional marketing people can learn from each otherPosted: August 23, 2013
A Whiter Shade of Rainbow: a Rhetorical Criticism of Genre, Symbol and Ideology in San Francisco’s Castro DistrictPosted: December 17, 2011
A huge rainbow flag flutters overhead. Cool fog rolls down over two Twin Peaks that rise in the west, sending a chilly breeze between brightly painted Victorian row houses and down a wide boulevard toward a modern skyline of glass and steel. A streetcar bell clangs as two young men walk by holding hands; you’re in San Francisco’s Castro District. Read the rest of this entry »
So, as my acting class progresses, the work I’m doing is affecting me in ways that I didn’t anticipate.
I knew my heart would nearly jump out of my chest before performing in front of the class. I knew that my fear of making a fool of myself in front of (sober) people would give me moderate anxiety before, during and long after class had adjourned.
What I didn’t expect was that I would end up evaluating the very way that I view and relate to people. Read the rest of this entry »