“(Here are) the raw material of facts and thoughts, wood, as it were, so called from the multiplicity and variety of the matter contained therein.”
From Ben Jonson’s Commonplace Book


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Echo Named “Official Webby Honoree” for Greenpeace USA

We’re excited to share that the 20th Annual Webby Awards has recognized our work with Greenpeace USA as an Official Webby Honoree.


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HOWTO: Create a tri-screen lobby LCD display for under $1K

When you arrive at EchoDitto's international headquarters in Washington, DC, you'll immediately be struck by our wall-mounted LCD display, proudly beaming its dazzling multimedia content in all its 2400x600 @ 16-bit glory.


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Welcome To Our Internet Website

Hi there, and welcome to our new blog. "Why another blog?" you may be understandably asking. "It kind of seems like the internet already has a lot of those."


Coping With Tragedy, 2.0

I don't like to think about it much, but I remember where I was for a number of disasters and tragic events. In some cases I remember who called to check on me when events happened closer to home.


Music for the Masses

I almost bought it. A moment of nostalgia almost made me long for "the good old days" when you had to go to a record store and rifle through the bins if you wanted to buy music.


Of Links, Blogrolls & Long Tails

It was a bigger response than I expected, to a post that I almost didn't write.


Your Online Reputation: Build it Yourself or Someone Else Will

I know I just asked you to do this, but I want you to do it gain. Just bear with me here and Google your name one more time. Now, look at the content that comes up in your search results. How much of it was created by you? If the answer is "not much," you may have a problem.


Futurama Drama

One of the perks about working with really cool, forward-looking clients is that you get exposed to really cool, forward-looking stuff.


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Entering Tech Detox

As much as I love computers, and the internet, and our ever-impressive technologies (as you may have deduced from my last post), I’m actually more of a nature-loving hippie than you’d think (and no, the two are definitely not incompat

I see you like to read printed material. You should check out Nicco's book The End of Big: