October 2, 2017 – Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California

Links: October 2, 2017

  • A few minutes with Blake Mills is always good for you.

  • Watched "A View From A Blue Moon" recently, and the footage is so amazing. Definitely worth the watch whether or not you are into surfing!

  • Obsessed with AirTable as a tool (thanks for showing me, Austin!)
April 14, 2017 – Waco, Texas

Weekend Links: April 14, 2017

I have been in Waco visiting Graham at Baylor University before he graduates next month and have had a blast. This is a great city.

March 7, 2014 – San Diego, California

Weekend Links: March 7, 2014

  • Quick guys: get on the Asgeir train with me now! His record came out (in English!) this past Tuesday and it's awesome.


  • If you're in Austin for SXSW, I won't be there to join you, but will be making a list of things I would totally do if I was there.

  • San Diego has been the benefactor of some great waves recently. Cool shot from an unknown source of the Cove.


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 gdodd.com. 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: