Creative Briefs #032: G. Jason Head

Our hosts interview web developer, Web Design Day organizer, and heavy metal lover G. Jason Head! Recorded on 08/10/2013.

Jason’s Links:
jasonhead.com
Twitter
Web Design Day
Refresh Pittsburgh

Things We Mentioned:

  • Zarra's - Was once the Electric Banana - is now Zarra's - still owned by Johnny & Judy.
  • Web design, web development, mobile & content strategy by Happy Cog
  • Love Is Love//Return To Dust, by Code Orange Kids
  • The Band o' Death (the code name for Half Life) was formed in late 1983 by Mike LaVella and Jeff Lamm after the break-up of Real Enemy, the first hardcore band in Pittsburgh.
  • Club Laga was the destination venue for punk, hardcode, and hip hop in Pittsburgh from 1996 to 2004.
  • The Syria Mosque for 75 years was the centerpiece of Pittsburgh’s music culture hosting the performances of world renowned classical, jazz and rock artists. It was torn down in 1991.
  • Over 1500 acts performed at the Graffiti from 1983 until its closing in 2000.
  • The Electric Banana was the center of Pittsburgh’s Punk New Wave, and Metal scene for 20 years until. It was a lab for new music that allowed untried bands to perform off-beat rock. The club closed in 1999.
  • AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker - One of my favorite ways to brew coffee
  • Coffee
  • ▶ MAYHEM - ANCIENT SKIN (HOUSE OF METAL 2013) - YouTube
  • ▶ Emperor - Curse you all men! - Live Inferno - YouTube
  • ▶ Dissection - Where Dead Angels Lie - YouTube
  • ▶ INQUISITION - Live Corroios 2006 (PT) 2/3 - YouTube
  • ▶ Portal - Larvae / Illoomorpheme ( live ) - YouTube
  • Viking Helmet
  • Meet Xbox One
  • More Than Half of Americans Own Smartphones
  • Mobile First by Luke Wroblewski
  • Responsive Web Design by Ethan Marcotte
  • NESTLÉ® DRUMSTICK®
  • Tito Santana: From pro wrestler to teacher
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By aigapittsburgh
Published September 24, 2013
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