Yearly Archives: 2012

Fresh Work: Africans in the Diaspora

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Check out the work I did for Africans in the Diaspora. From identity to web development and even a custom map application, I worked closely with a team of dedicated Africans to bring this vision to life.

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Morning Melody: Wonderful, Merciful Savior

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Everyday I wake up with a song in my heart. Today’s song is Wonderful, Merciful Savior. There are many versions of this hymn out there, and I love everyone of them. Below is Selah’s version. Wonderful, merciful Savior, precious Redeemer … Continue reading

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Morning Melody: From the Inside Out by Hillsong

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Everyday I wake up with a song in my heart. Today’s song is From the Inside Out by Hillsong. My sister taught it to us during band practice a while ago and I’ve always loved it, especially that bass line. … Continue reading

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Silently Push Posts from Tumblr to WordPress Part Two

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Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2012 12:49:05 -0700 Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-ID: Now that the excitement has died, I’m finding that there are some glitches in the matrix. Fortunately, those bugs are on the WordPress end, which … Continue reading

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Silently Push Posts from Tumblr to WordPress

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Over at anndbang, we build content-heavy websites.  When clients come to us, they rarely have enough content to fill a proper blog, much less a targeted social media strategy. As designers know, you can’t really design anything without knowing what … Continue reading

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thesmithian: Michaela DePrince was little more than a toddler…

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Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2012 10:07:05 -0700 Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-ID: thesmithian: Michaela DePrince was little more than a toddler when she saw her first ballerina—an image in a magazine page blown against the gate of … Continue reading

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A Hymn for Liminal Spaces

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I love hymns. When I was younger, my mother would leave our radios tuned to 1280AM while we slept. I’d wake up several times during the night to the hums of melody and harmony of the nightly worship programming. The … Continue reading

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The Terrifying Possibility of Everything

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A while ago, I wrote about the void I felt creeping in my awareness. I am now fully engulfed by it and it has a name: liminality. It seems there are many people who have experienced this, too. The internet … Continue reading

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Boom Clap Bachelors

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I have discovered, again, Boom Clap Bachelors. It’s as if their music unlocks my spirit and stills it. Stillness, in this fast-moving world of social and media, is a rare moment.

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And Now, A Threshold

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I can’t remember the first time I stumbled upon echoica.net, but that magic moment is pivotal to where you are today. Yes, if you’re reading this on simplyann.net, it’s because of the mysterious echoica.net. When I saw the pixel trickery … Continue reading

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