My friend Warren occasionally makes informative posts that are actually super helpful for reference, so I thought I’d follow his lead.
Effectively the only place I hang out online these days is Twitter. I also maintain a Google+ page though I’m constantly forgetting to use it. I also have a tumblr but it’s rarely anything originally, primarily a collection of interesting links I’ve found and reblogs of other people’s posts. I do not use Facebook (or Instagram since it’s owned by Facebook). I’m “seanbonnersnap” on Snapchat.
Speaking of links, I have a mailing list called Just Another Crowd which is almost entirely links to other things peppered with some commentary here and there and every once and a while a much larger rant. I send these out a few times a week on no set schedule. I’m also producing a regular podcast called Viva Riot with my friend Jessica Gao. We typically talk about a few of the links I might have sent out, as well as other interesting news and pop culture topics. We’re aiming to do this weekly but if you expect semi weekly you’ll be less disappointed. We try to keep in under an hour.
I curate a box of stuff for Quarterly and for $100 they will send you a box of stuff I’ve picked out 4 times a year. I work really hard to pick excellent, reliable and long lasting stuff for this. On a more regular basis I send a bag of coffee out monthly to anyone subscribed to my Coffee Posse which costs more than if you went to your local coffee shop and just bought a bag of beans, but I try to pick out different things each month and write a little bit about each one so hopefully that effort justifies the added cost. I mail these out by hand.
My music/art collective, Cross My Heart Hope To Die, has announced our first gallery exhibition which will open in Los Angeles at the end of July. If you want an invite, make sure you are on our mailing list. We have a new EP coming out around the same time as well, the last one is still available everywhere.
I spend the vast majority of my time running Safecast which keeps me bouncing between Tokyo and Cambridge, my home base is in Los Angeles.