Archive for January, 2015

The 99U Quarterly

Print magazines are hot. Either that or I’ve just been obsessed with them lately. We’ve given shout outs to Stack Magazines and Offscreen before, but another intriguing one is the 99U Quarterly. I can’t attest to the quality yet, but it promises practical advice on executing ideas, profiles on interesting creatives and the latest research on getting shit done. Sounds like something I’d be into. First issue ships in March.

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Our January Mixtape

Bob Marley once said, “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” That may not have been the only reason Bob was feelin’ good, but we do hope our first collection of  jams this year does you well. On this month’s mix, you’ll find music by Ivan Ave, Longclaws, The Dreaming Spires and a few other artists we just can’t seem to get enough of. Be sure to let us know which track’s your fave.

p.s. Not seeing a tape above? You’re mobile so you best head here.

CreativeMornings now in San Diego

I’m stoked to share that San Diego now has its own chapter of CreativeMornings, the free monthly breakfast lecture series for the creative community. Nate Spees will host and we’re also very proud that our pals Chadwick Gantes, Greg Gibson and Mike Spear are part of the team helping make this event great.

If you’ve never been to a CreativeMornings before, go. You’ll be treated to coffee and a presentation on the theme of the month. Plus, it’s an excellent place to meet new rad people. This month’s event will be Friday January 23rd at Moniker Warehouse (Snowflake Bakery building) where Jason Russell will speak on the theme of Ugly. For the latest info, follow CM San Diego on Twitter and Instagram.

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