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catalyst: curves

on Tue, 02/09/2016 - 20:14

Recorded live at Dogglounge Internet Radio on 2016 Feb 07 (right before the Super Bowl. Happy for the Bronco's fans, but was peeved that Brady got boo'd during the past Super Bowl MVPs recognition ceremony.)

catalyst: manual

on Sun, 02/07/2016 - 20:12

Late last year I started a semi-regular show online, playing Deep House music. I've long been a listener to the station - Dogglounge.com - and am pleased to be invited to be a DJ there. My DJ name in life is "catalyst".

I generally post all my sets there online in the Podcast section, along with all the other DJs on the station. (Go there, and subscribe to the iTuens podcast feed to get all the sets downloaded to your iTunes / phone!) Or, pick up the Dogglounge Radio iOS app to listen directly and participate in the chat room with the DJs as they play.

I also post them online at my Mixcloud

Beautiful Intelligence

on Wed, 08/12/2015 - 14:10

Beautiful IntelligenceBeautiful Intelligence by Stephen Palmer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

True to form, Stephen Palmer has written a fantastic book. I recommend it heartily to almost any reader.

This book is one of the more interesting explorations of AI, at a time when AI is in our collective consciousness. It explores the concepts of types of AI - centralized vs. distributed, shaped by singular influences or collective influences, and the interactions of AI entities with other AI entities (in addition to the normal, homo-centric view of how they might deal with us).

And - unlike the disappointing book I read just

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Startup-palooza

on Wed, 04/01/2015 - 21:45

So, yeah, I like to work helping companies get going.

But I also like to DJ electronic music, and am privileged to get asked to play at various local Boston tech events.

Recently, MassChallenge had an event called Entrepalooza at Royale Boston (one of Boston's oldest & biggest night clubs). I played there.

Here's my set, in case you want to listen. Enjoy!

 

Startapalooza by Dj Shuze on Mixcloud

 
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Viewpoint follows role: 2013 in review

on Thu, 12/26/2013 - 08:45

I left Acquia in the capable hands of its current management team last December after I had the fortunate experience to be tightly connected to TechStars during the Fall 2012 class. That involvement made me wonder whether there might be a business opportunity in building an accelerator for companies using Drupal as a technology platform, and I left Acquia to follow that idea. Fortunately for me, the TS Boston Managing Directors, Katie Rae & Reed Sturtevant, let me sit closely "inside the tent" (their excellent term) that fall to dig deep.

In the end, I decided not build a Drupal accelerator.

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