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All posts by: Ariel Leath

About Ariel Leath

I became a student of Communication, Culture and Technology at Georgetown over a year ago. At that time I had no idea that people cared about what I had to say, or, more specifically, about what I write. Truth be told, I still don't. What I know now is how important it is to care about what you write, and vice-versa. So I'll be posting these musings here. I look forward to your feedback; I ask my dog but I only get a tail wag - it's very nice but hardly constructive.
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The Future of Creativity – A Scenario Planning Exercise

It was my first semester at Georgetown and I was ready to take on the world. I was ready to be overwhelmed with new ideas, new ways of thinking, and new information about the world around me. My mind was … Continue reading

Pasteurization Freaks Me Out

I guess you could say I live on the edge. I take vitamins with labels I sometimes can’t understand. I go to doctors that talk to my aura. I put raw egg yolks in my smoothies. All of that pales … Continue reading


Brian Eno Wrote Every Song I Listen To

Ok, so he didn’t. He did, though, have a hand or two in the architecture of today’s music culture. Brian Eno is a musician, producer, singer/songwriter, visual artist, innovator, and teacher, among other talents. He has an astonishing resume, from … Continue reading