Flo covers Google I/O 2018

I was going to write this long, winding diatribe about my time at Google’s developer’s conference last week and what I learned after several hours of sessions and demonstrations. But every time I sit down to write about it, I start to feel really tired.

Needless to say, I’m still recovering. I think a few pictures and links to where you can find my coverage on the web should suffice as I recuperate from the biggest conference of the year for Google fans.

April showers bring Google I/O flowers


Taken with the Lenovo Mirage Camera, which produces 180-degree media for viewing in virtual reality (or flat like this).

This is my first stab at what freelancers call (I’m assuming) the “monthly update.” Every four to five weeks, I’ll put together a post like this one with links to what I’ve been working on and what’s been published. Think of it as a newsletter, except that I’m posting it here for you to peruse at your leisure instead of delivering it straight to your inbox (maybe someday).

What are you doing, Flo?

It’s ridiculous that it took me this long to launch my own blog, but here it is, in all of its unedited, I-merely-ran-it-through-Grammarly glory. My intentions for this blog are to publish my weird musings and to provide you with a look a what I’m doing at my desk every day. It turns out that posting links to my work on Twitter when everyone else is waxing poetic about Zuckerberg isn’t the best way to promote myself. But that’s how we’re learning, folks! This freelance game is a learning one and I am here for the journey. Please join me! I promise it’ll be entertaining, at the very least.