Jony Ive Interview

A new interview with Jony Ive hit the web this week. Although Charlie Rose interjects too often, the video is incredibly fascinating. Ranging from the his relationship with Steve Jobs (always an interesting topic to explore) to taking pride in design decisions, the interview peals back a layer on a critical Apple executive. If you are interested in design, art, or technology, this is definitely worth a watch.

Okeechobee Music Festival Review

Early this month I was down in Florida attending the first Okeechobee music festival. In spite of this being the inaugural year of the festival, it was pleasantly well executed. The campgrounds we clean and easy to get to. The festival grounds were only a short distance away and the water refill stations were both easy to find and quick to access. Moreover, the lineup — headlined by Mumford and Sons and Kendrick Lamar — was phenomenal.

As with any first generation product, there is some room for improvement. Most importantly, the volunteers need a little more training and instruction. My buddy misplaced his wallet and each time we asked for the location of the lost and found we were directed [sometimes rudely] in contradicting directions. The festival organizers should also work to improve cell reception at the campsites. However, this is mostly nitpicking.

Overall, Okeechobee was a fantastic experience. I had an unforgettable time in Florida and look forward to year two.

Below is a playlist of all my coverage for Okeechobee:


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