“Self-tracking devices provide a kind of social currency: if you’ve taken more steps, you’re somehow a ‘better’ person. But if you haven’t reached your goal, you’re a failure. As such, self-tracking can induce or reinforce negative self-image.”
2019 in DC!
“Someone emailed me to say that they found a copy of a zine I made in Portland in 2016 laying in a street in NYC just a few months ago. They picked it up out of the gutter, read it, and loved it. The joy of print media is you never know where your work will wind up!”
The best part of coming back to Grinnell College so often is definitely getting to meet with the students. They remind me that if Grinnellians ran the world, it’d be a much better and more just place.
So, imagine you go to work, and you’re a father, and you say, ‘I need to leave at 5:00 to care for my kids,’ and they fire you because they say, ‘No, men are supposed to be working, and women are supposed to be the primary caretakers of children.’
To me, there is no better way to explore the world than to swim, bike, run, and then eat your way through it. Even if it is a pain in the @$$ to travel with a bike. Grateful for the opportunity to be here.
“So this just got delivered! To all my Grinnell classmates and Grinnell College, thank you for the honor!”
Uly’s first exposure to comics is a 10-pager about geochemist Clair Patterson I drew for The Grinnell Magazine.
“Loggia: not just a dead actor.”