PORTLAND OR

BACK TO CITY
Thumb_19

Food, Humans & The Written Word

BY EMILY CRUMPACKER
@ VOL 21 ON DEC 06, 2016

Emily Crumpacker is a connector, a business evangelist, reader, writer and storyteller who lives somewhere between optimism and bliss. Curiosity and adventure drive her and she never forgets a face! It is food, however, that has propelled her into work and a life so full it is hard to comprehend — her years in France as a chef’s assistant in a French culinary school, cooking along side Simone Beck and Julia Child -writing a couple of books, being a spokesperson, working as private chef for Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese and a stint selling Christmas trees—along with many other experiences—have all shaped her inquisitive enthusiasm and pure zest for life.

Thumb_16

The Idea of the Book

BY FREDRIK AVERIN
@ VOL 21 ON DEC 06, 2016

Fredrik Averin explains the concepts, narratives, aesthetics, language, and obessions which question the format and purpose of the book.

Thumb_10

Chugability, Commodity Fetishism, and Other Analogs in Your Pint of Beer

BY BEN EDMUNDS
@ VOL 21 ON DEC 06, 2016

Ben Edmunds gives a freewheeling overview of the way that pleasure, labor and politics go into every pint of your favorite craft beer.

Thumb_5

November Mechanicals

BY JAKE SHIVERY
@ VOL 21 ON DEC 06, 2016

Jake Shivery lives and breathes analog in both his personal and his professional life. He will be presenting defenses, observations and anecdotes. One might expect a good-natured rant...

Thumb_4

Moment of Indecision

BY DANIEL KAVEN
@ VOL 21 ON DEC 06, 2016

Daniel Kaven gives an exploration of the space between present and future.

Thumb_5

Analog

BY JAMEY HAMPTON
@ VOL 21 ON DEC 06, 2016

Jamey Hampton attempts the Analog MASH. Just his musings on the many facets of analog.

Thumb_14

A Well-Played Summer

BY GINNY FIGLAR
@ VOL 21 ON DEC 06, 2016

Ginny Figlar shares what happened when a perfect storm of slow workload, bored kids and sudden gumption hit her backyard this summer.

Thumb_1

Getting Out There

BY KEN TOMITA
@ VOL 21 ON DEC 06, 2016

For the last 7 years Ken Tomita and his team been internally focused on their work with little more than a digital relationship with their customers. This year, They embarked on a yourney to find out who their customers were and encountered a few surprises along the way...

Thumb_4

A to B UnInterrupted

BY EZRA CIMINO-HURT
@ VOL 21 ON DEC 06, 2016

Ezra Cimino-Hurt explains Analog as a metaphor for life, time and the uninterrupted thread that is our experience.

Thumb_slide_14

Digital Don't Surf

BY LYNDSEY LEE FAULKNER
@ VOL 21 ON DEC 06, 2016

Now that our daily lives are increasingly tied to the digital world, our IRL experiences are more valuable than ever. As a lifelong surfer and appreciator of all things “analog” Lyndsey Lee Faulkner explores the value of surfing in the digital age, and how the pursuit of analog endeavors makes for betterhumans.

Thumb_slide043

Guitar Hide and Seek

BY NATHAN ANDREWS
@ VOL 20 ON AUG 02, 2016

Guitars have a story by the time they get to me. Initials scratched in, worn edges, rusted hardware, layers of paint. Nathan Andrews likes to investigate the clues and find the history behind them. The son of a treasure hunter, he grew up in Key West, Florida surrounded by Pirate fantasy. He was influenced greatly by this and now search for treasures in the form of guitars.

Thumb_slide060

A Global Perspective on PechaKucha Night

BY XYLIA BUROS
@ VOL 20 ON AUG 02, 2016

Did you know that PechaKucha Nights are held in over 900 cities worldwide? Xylia Buros was one of 45 PKN organizers from around the world who attended the Global PKN Conference in Tokyo in March 2016. In this presentation, she gives a glimpse into the diversity of the series, best practices learned, and the inspiring people she met, including PKN's founders, Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein. 

This was "Presentation of the Day" on June 13th, 2017. 

VIEW MORE