Playlists and a new place

I’m behind on blogging, so this is an attempt to catch up by combination. Maybe the alliteration in the title makes up for the randomness of this post… maybe not!

poptech

Last week I found out who will be joining me in Camden for the PopTech Social Innovation Fellows Program, and they’re an inspiring bunch. I’m ready for light-bulb moments, humbling conversations, and challenges posited by the faculty.

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During my most recent journey through Malawi, Kenya (unexpected), and Cameroon, I was accompanied by a small music collection I threw on my iPhone before catching the first flight. I was consistently up until 2AM charging cell phones, making SMS training materials, and salvaging internet connectivity — tunes kept me company. Here are my admittedly eclectic ‘mHealth field work’ albums from the summer:

Ratatat – Classics, Ratatat, Remixes vol. 1 and 2

Lupe Fiasco – The Cool

Talib Kweli – Reflection Eternal

Fleetwood Mac – Rumours

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Finally, I’m looking forward to exploring a new town. I found an apartment and office space in Washington, D.C. and will be here for a year, maybe longer. Feel free to email me at josh.nesbit@jopsa.org, reach out on Twitter (@joshnesbit), or leave a comment here if you’d like to grab coffee. My office is at 910 17th NW between I and K.

Wishing everyone a happy Sunday.

Posted: September 13th, 2009
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