Month: June 2014

  • A Simpler Way

    And then there’s the magic of our own neighborhood.  Where one day you can spend the day seeing Ai Weiwei at The Brooklyn Museum through the eyes of a five year old… And playing in the trees of Swoon… Only to wake up the next morning to a note, on a branch, on a tree,…

  • Raf Simons x Adidas Stan Smith

  • The “Millennial Disruption Index” On Bloomberg TV’s Market Makers This Morning

    I was a guest this morning on Bloomberg TV’s show “Market Makers,” hosted by Stephanie Ruhle and Erik Shatzker, where I talked about THE MILLENNIAL DISRUPTION INDEX.  It continues the discussion Scratch and Viacom started about the ongoing transformation we see in financial services at the hands of the largest generation in American history, which was first covered…

  • Sometimes I Don’t Aim

    “Had I been blessed with even limited access to my own mind there would have been no reason to write. I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear.” – Jane Hischfield     Ever write a…

  • Summer Cons

    Thank you to Geoff Cottrill and our friends at Converse, especially the Jack Purcell team, surprising me with these beauties.   I’m wearing them starting now.  

  • A New Mobile Version of The Blog Is Up (Thanks For Bearing With Us)

    We’ve made some changes to the mobile version of SomethingBurning, to make it easier to read and share.  Thanks to Paul DeGeorges and F Train Media for hooking it all up.  And thank you to everyone for all the great feedback and sharing!  

  • Thinking Of “Career” As Bodies Of Work

    When I was a teenager, my dad handed me the book most dads hand kids who don’t know what they want to do with their careers.  Twenty-five years later, I’m still slowly figuring out what color my parachute is. What we want to be when we grow up is something I talk about all the time with…