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Audio Walk of the Lower East Side: Take a Walk through history with StoryCorps + Stories Everywhere Collaboration
This Saturday, come join me at the New Museum’s IDEAS CITY StreetFest, where I will be showcasing StoryCorps: Hear and There, an audio tour of New York City’s Bowery and Lower East Side neighborhoods, from Greenwich Village to the East … Continue reading
I just stumbled on an academic paper that quotes from an article I wrote a couple years ago. A funny and pleasant surprise….
Just got back from the *wonderful Third Coast Audio Festival where I gave a talk with the *talented Pejk Malinovski about our adventures in location-aware storytelling. I’ll post the recording of our talk soon. In the meantime, Laura Heberger, *a feisty Sound … Continue reading
Here’s the interactive audio map for StoryCorps: Hear and There. (That’s the narrative archeology project I did of the Lower East Side for StoryCorps last spring, that debuted at the New Museum’s Festival of Ideas.) Click on a red bubble, … Continue reading
A co-worker just walked in to my office to say hi. In the course of our conversation, he said “by the way, you made one of my favorite radio pieces ever. I had a driveway moment listening to it.” In … Continue reading
News of the recent fire at the Harris Ranch feedlot near Coalinga, and the reports that animal-rights activists are claiming responsibility, made me think of a story I did a few years ago for Weekend America about the place, its … Continue reading
from the vault: my Ignite presentation at Web 2.0 last year, on Narrative Archeology and place-based journalism.
Time + place + personal memory + camera = http://dearphotograph.com/ Thanks to Kendra for showing me the lovely site from whence the image below came.
Thanks to everyone who came out last Saturday to check out my latest experiment in narrative archeology! If you couldn’t make it, the project lives on. So, if you are in NYC’s Lower East Side, try this geolocated audio stroll … Continue reading
The talk I gave at Where 2.0 last week… so fun to be in a place full of place-lovers. Placeamentalists?