Nathan Snelgrove


  1. minimaldesks:

Malan Darras’s submission.

1. I am a musician, online marketer and blogger.
Macbook Air 13 in.
Herman Miller Aeron Chair
2. I recently packed my entire desk, including a 30 inch monitor, sound system, cables, iPad, chargers, etc. into boxes and only bring things back as needed. So far, I haven’t needed much.


This is so clever.

    minimaldesks:

    Malan Darras’s submission.

    1. I am a musician, online marketer and blogger.

    • Macbook Air 13 in.
    • Herman Miller Aeron Chair

    2. I recently packed my entire desk, including a 30 inch monitor, sound system, cables, iPad, chargers, etc. into boxes and only bring things back as needed. So far, I haven’t needed much.

    This is so clever.

  2. minimaldesks:

Reader Nathan from Wildfire Studios, a creative firm, based in Guelp, Ontario Canada shares his desk with us. I’m really feeling the chair, and the ostrich egg.

The chair is an Ikea SKRUVSTA. I use a Retina MacBook Pro connected to a Thunderbolt Display (I love fruit, what can I say?), but keep the Mac and assorted RAID drives for my business tucked beneath the desk. The speakers are Audioengine A2s, which have since been discontinued. The desk was a local find.
I also keep an ostrich egg on the desk, which was a gift from a friend’s travels. It reminds me of what really matters in life, and gives me some perspective.

    minimaldesks:

    Reader Nathan from Wildfire Studios, a creative firm, based in Guelp, Ontario Canada shares his desk with us. I’m really feeling the chair, and the ostrich egg.

    The chair is an Ikea SKRUVSTA. I use a Retina MacBook Pro connected to a Thunderbolt Display (I love fruit, what can I say?), but keep the Mac and assorted RAID drives for my business tucked beneath the desk. The speakers are Audioengine A2s, which have since been discontinued. The desk was a local find.

    I also keep an ostrich egg on the desk, which was a gift from a friend’s travels. It reminds me of what really matters in life, and gives me some perspective.

  3. ☛ Week 30: Return to Form

    unsungsundays:

    This week, I’m returning to the older format. Reader feedback has been obvious: you like to hear about more records and you like to read shorter blurbs. This blog has always been an experiment, so I’m happy to give you what you want. As always, thanks for reading!

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    San Fermin: San Fermin

  4. Now this is a thought.

minimaldesks:

"Surfing with sand between my toes"
Clever.  If you can’t go to the beach, bring the beach to you, kind of, by installing a sandbox in your workspace.
    Now this is a thought.

    minimaldesks:

    "Surfing with sand between my toes"

    Clever.  If you can’t go to the beach, bring the beach to you, kind of, by installing a sandbox in your workspace.

  5. Wildfire Studios is launched and amateur hour is over. http://www.wildfirestudios.ca #creativity #design #photography #copywriting

    Wildfire Studios is launched and amateur hour is over. http://www.wildfirestudios.ca #creativity #design #photography #copywriting

  6. txtot and iOS 7

    txtot:

    Don’t worry — we know! We’re hard at work on an update for txtot that will bring it in line with iOS 7’s aesthetic and powerful features. iOS 7 makes automation even easier for us with new technologies like background app updates, and we’re really excited about it.

    We don’t have an ETA for txtot’s update, but we are working hard on it. And of course, you can get all the news about it by following us here on Tumblr or on Twitter.

    One of my clients. Looking forward to seeing the update. Cool and very useful app too, so long as you live outside of the US or Canada where carrier regulations won’t allow it to send texts.

  7. ☛ David Karp: Tumblr's Reluctant Technologist

    Fascinating article. This is the sort of lifestyle that many people in the creative industry aspire to. Good taste with a shocking disdain for having “too much.” I’ve always said I look forward to getting rid of many of my work tools and smartphones. I just need one phone, tablet and computer. The rest is superfluous.

    Karp takes it a step further than that, saying he hates screens. Pretty crazy.

  8. ☛ Unsung Sundays: Week 13

    unsungsundays:

    Last week, I said that I was discovering more music than I had space to share. This is true. Believe it or not, by the time you read this post, it will have been finished for over a week because I keep discovering great new stuff. I’m already working on next week’s post. And as usual, the…

    Super stoked about how this week’s post on Unsung Sundays turned out.

  9. Toasting the future success of a new business with sugary cereal and Scotch.

    Toasting the future success of a new business with sugary cereal and Scotch.

  10. hipsterchronic:

Mad Men-ism #1000: “Make It Simple, But Significant.”

    hipsterchronic:

    Mad Men-ism #1000: “Make It Simple, But Significant.”