It’s the end of another year at the Digital Vision Fellowship Program at Stanford University. This past year whizzed by so quickly; it seems like only a few months ago that I was saying goodbye to Heather, Segeni, Joe, Raphael, and everyone else from my program year! Once again, the party was held at the … Continue reading DVF 2005 End Year party
The last time I was in the Stanford Faculty Club was for the Symbolic Systems Class of 1997 gradudation party. 7 years later, I’m back for another graduation, the 2003-2004 Reuters Digital Vision Fellowship Program. Friends and family of the Digital Vision Program convened in the Gold Room for the end-of-year commencement dinner. It didn’t … Continue reading DVF Commencement
My colleague in the Digital Vision Fellowship, Brij Kothari, kicked off his Planet Read project with a Bollywood-inspired party in Piedmont. Planet Read’s goal is to improve literacy in India by combining same-language subtitling (think Karaoke) technology with movies, books, and songs. How Bollywood Can You Be? was the theme of the party. A few … Continue reading How Bollywood Can You Be?
Chances are you haven’t heard of Rick Smolan, but you’ve probably seen his work in the bookstores or on your coffee tables. Rick is the creator of the popular Day in the Life photography series, America 24/7, From Alice To Ocean, and 24 Hours in Cyberspace. I’ve been a big fan of his work, and … Continue reading Rick Smolan Seminar
This weekend, I flew down to San Diego to check out the Tribal Digital Village project in North San Diego. Sukumar, one of the Fellows in the DVF Program, spearheaded the project when he was an executive at HP. Three years later, the Tribal Digital Village is blossoming and ready to take the next step … Continue reading San Diego
Today’s guest blogger for today is Heather Ford. I’m making use of her generous Creative Commons license from her post recapping the Paul Rice and Greg Steltenpohl seminar yesterday at the DVF offices. Thanks, Heather!
Heather held a party at her Oak Creek apartment near Stanford on Friday night. I met up with folks from the Fellowship and her friends from Stanford and Benetech. She prepared some delectable South African dishes to dine on, including this sweet pudding that sounded like Mordor Pudding! Amy had brought her ice cream maker … Continue reading Heather's Party