Being Black in Korea (Podcast): A podcast I recorded back in 2006 talking about my experiences as a black American living, working and going to school in South Korea. It’s a podcast that still gets comments, and I’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback for it
for the first issue of Analog, which is a lo-fi brand that harks back to the early 90s punk fanzines. (Find the article on starting on page 28.)
On SlideShare.net: My presentations and interviews: Cultivating Community (two versions), my interview with Seth Godin for Nonprofit Radio, and social media teaching decks from 2010 and 2011.
Expat Diaries: ‘Night Vibes’ Spreads Black Culture Throughout South Korea (Ebony.com): Elliott Ashby brings African-American culture to Korea one mixtape at a time
Give Me Two Minutes To Tell You Why Cyworld US Failed (The Next Web): When Cyworld US stopped its operations, I had some theories why as I’d lived in South Korea at that time for almost 9 years, and I was able to talk about it.
John McEnroe Leads City Parks Tennis Event (Look to the Stars): My piece on the 2009 CityParks Tennis fundraiser at the US Open
Pole To Win International (PTWI) marketing images: In this picture: the 10’x20′ expo booth I had built for PTWI, which debuted in full at the 2016 Game Developers Conference (GDC); media coverage in MCV magazine during the 2015 Gamescom conference in Cologne, Germany; and display at a resume bootcamp event produced with General Assembly and Girls in Tech SF.