A Literacy of the Imagination

a deeper look at innovation through the lenses of media, technology, venture investment and hyperculture

When I'm not on a plane or chasing ghosts in various markets, I spend my time mulling over ideas and opportunities in a co-op space with my partners at K5, along with other companies that are a part of what we call the local 'entrepreneurial ecosystem'.

We feel it's incredibly important to be exposed to people and ideas that reside outside of our normative domains, industries and comfort zones. This kind of creative energy fosters greater collaboration, more expansive thinking and allows for stronger networking in an environment that is more conducive to making connections based on mutual interests.

Exposed beams, circuitry, antique wood and polished concrete. But of course!

Exposed beams, circuitry, antique wood and polished concrete. But of course!

A little bit of original art always helps with ambiance. This piece comes from our friend Ali Sabet.

A little bit of original art always helps with ambiance. This piece comes from our friend Ali Sabet.

One of the K5 Insight fireside chats we had recently with mentor Robin Pimentel of Gaikai, and formerly of Google, Yahoo! and Facebook...

One of the K5 Insight fireside chats we had recently with mentor Robin Pimentel of Gaikai, and formerly of Google, Yahoo! and Facebook...