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Vol. 9, December 19th

Updated: Apr 11

Digital Future has broken the 4th wall Hustle and grind mode has been activated


We (Digital Future, LLC) had a meeting with a very talented web designer today and we’re in the early stages of building/revamping the website and we couldn’t be more excited! Hopefully, we are able to get the ball rolling to launch just in time for our one-year anniversary and continue on our quest to provide you with quality content for the years to come. The opportunity this idea has brought us in the past 10 months has surpassed any expectation I’ve set so thank you to everyone who has contributed to the success of something that so special and we hope that it’s as meaningful to you as it is to us.


We’re still looking for contributors, send us an email, DM, smoke signal. Please just get ahold of us.


@digitalfuturemag


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Culture Corner


An Interview with Hubble dfm Hubble is a new shoegaze-influenced band from Atlanta and they do, in fact, rock. The interview was conducted by Justin Aledia and the interview is accompanied by a music video Justin directed. Atlanta is a hub for creative people and good music.


The Digital Future Playlist Series vol. 2 dfm This week’s theme was ‘songs for focusing/spacing out’ and I think our guests knocked it out of the park. Get your mind right with these playlists.


Five cutting-edge tech failures that are still available for purchase input I personally thought Google Glass was going to change the world but I think we’re waiting for someone to make a better version.


Sony pulls Cyberpunk 2077 from the Playstation store bbc After awful performance reviews and a week’s worth of bugs, Sony has pulled Cyberpunk from their online store and Xbox is offering refunds but the opposite is happening on PC. The distribution team should have implemented the GTA model, first release on PC and a year later on console.


StockX recently valued at $2.8 billion dollars hhw Y’all contributing to the success of this company by taking massive L’s every drop.


How to raise a reader according to Mary Shelley’s father bp


RHOBH star Erika Jayne posts screenshots of her husband being a dog dm Shannon showed me these late last night and we both agreed why in the world anyone would post things like this online. No one needs to smell your dirty laundry but I love the drama.


Two beloved Nike Air Max models are back gq Not to initiate more sneaker talk but who took L’s on these?


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Introducing - Thomas Pearson


From Atlanta, Georgia, Thomas Pearson is a father and an elementary school teacher who trains Jui-Jitsu in their spare time. Before his journey into fatherhood and academia, he was making important music for generations to come. Thomas gave me affirmations that I wasn’t alone in my anger and frustration with some of the institutions around me, Hang Your Head and Foundation’s later records were pivotal to my interest in aggressive music. I’m beyond grateful for the opportunity to share some of these things of his, with you. Please revisit Foundation’s records and every project that has come after by the members of the band.

Show us something you never leave the house without...


As a father of two, I can actually never leave the house without my day-bag stuffed with water, snacks, diapers, and backup clothes.

Show us the most organized area of your home...


Oddly enough my closest, which contains a hodgepodge of clothing, records, and tchotchkes, is the most organized area of my home. Please never look in my drawers.

Show us where you go to relax...


I'm going to give a little context for this, but my Jiu-Jitsu School is the place I go to relax. Unit 2 BJJ is the only place I can be that I am not dwelling on the past or feeling anxious about the future. The practice of jiu-jitsu is demanding, but it is the only time I am truly in the moment and not worried or stressed about life.

Show us the oldest record you own…


That would be my 8 and 1/2 soundtrack (1963). I picked this up on a day trip to D.C. from Baltimore. I took the train down with my daughter and my good friend Sarah King gave us a 5-star tour of the area including an absolutely crucial stop at Joint Custody to purchase a few things. Here's a picture of Ambrose and Lucy on said day.

Show us the last things you purchased...


The last thing I recently purchased was this crewneck from Tracksmith. I had been rocking a navy crewneck from Penfield for almost 6 years until I lost it this past spring while I was out on a day hike with the kids. It was hard to get over, but I finally pulled the trigger on a replacement.


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That’s it for this week! Please leave recommendations for guests you’d like to see next week in the comment section. Peace and love.

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