Blog January 2017
It's been a long, meandering, 2+ year journey to define core values and become more intentional about how we steer our future. Today, we launched a redesigned, rewritten site to reflects all the changes that resulted from that process.
Newsletter July 2016
Happy Halloween! Happy Holidays! Oh, and while I’m at it, Happy Martin Luther King Day! I’m trying to make-up for the fact that there have been three season changes, various new projects, a big new site launch, and a baby born since the last Gridwork newsletter. So without further ado…Happy Easter!
Business May 2015
Some reflections on the past and new goals for the future on the occasion of Gridwork’s 10th anniversary.
Newsletter March 2015
I’ve found an increasing need to to seek local exhibits that invoke wonder & creativity and installations that make me wish I could to zap to Paris. There’s a lot to love about working from home but there are times I wouldn’t mind having a casual kitchen break. The kind I used to have when I worked in a busy office. I could ask a co-worker, “What are you creating?” Although a simple, “What did you do this weekend?” might reveal just as much.
Because I do not have many human co-workers to discuss these things with, I’ve been searching to see what others are putting out in the world. Whether it’s a new discovered song or an appealing flickr feed, or something more grandiose, like the links I share below, I love seeing how we all find inspiration and what people make and do.
Newsletter October 2014
You know those moments when you unexpectedly receive something simple exactly when you need it? Like when you get an email from an old friend on a gloomy day, or a song you love randomly plays on the radio when you need a pick-me-up? Well that’s what happened when I was forwarded a newsletter by the admirable designer Paul Jarvis, about how his beloved pet rat had passed. It shared his unfiltered & introspective thoughts on life, loss, work … he wrapped it all up asking, “Is the direction of everything I’m creating truly something that’s important to me? Or am I just reacting to things already set in motion?”
I am tempted to copy & paste the whole thing for you to read, but instead I’ll pass on a link for you to subscribe to his weekly newsletter, The Sunday Dispatches. Maybe you’ll also find something you weren’t expecting. Also, try the links below. Surely they will entertain or enrich your day.