At Microsoft, I run the Imagine Cup global student technology competition. The winners of my contest this year got a meeting with Bill Gates. I’m really thrilled for these students and Monica Guzman at Geekwire was there to write about the experience.
When your next meeting is with Bill Gates – GeekWire
Imagine Cup 2014 winners Jarrel Seah and Jennifer Tang show Bill Gates the technology behind their winning app, Eyenaemia. (Photo credit: Microsoft) What w
We’ve launched our first Cafe Nordo Kickstarter to raise funds to build out a kitchen in our new Pioneer Square location! The video is pretty great and the project is terrific. If you’re interested in the intersection of food, storytelling, visual art, literature, music, and performance then the unique institution we’re building is your next favorite place in Seattle. Please check it out!
Writing my third short story of the year. This one’s for Delta Green. And as Ken Hite likes to say, “It’s not writing, it’s just research.” To wit: this article from the Lakeside Monthly, July, 1871, about a rare case of relatively modern jurisprudence in which the convicting evidence was produced by supernatural means and duly recorded in a court of law.
The Lakeside Monthly
The new episode of the Unspeakable Podcast kicks off with Ken Hite describing the time he and I explored a derelict riverboat casino in Mississippi, which is always a good time.
Unspeakable! Episode 13: Lovecraft Meets Tradecraft – Delta Green Scenario Workshop at GenCon 2014
Featuring Dennis Detwiller, Adam Scott Glancy, Kenneth Hite, Shane Ivey, Greg Stolze. Audio produced by Ross Payton. Subscribe to the Unspeakable! podcast feed at http://theunspeakableoath.com/home/?feed=podcast Or subscribe at iTunes. We arrive in the middle of Ken Hite's story of exploring a derel…