Hello and welcome. My name is Jeffrey Inscho and I’ve been writing StaticMade.com since January 2012. I currently live in the City of Champions with my wife, kids, and our dog Monty. In September of 2012 I joined the team at the Carnegie Museum of Art, where I manage web and digital media initiatives.
Static Made is a website that investigates the intersection of technology, creativity, mindfulness and culture. Writing this site is my passion. If you enjoy it, I would love if you wrote to say Hello.
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StaticMade.com utilizes responsive web design techniques and is built on the latest stable version of WordPress. Everything is written in markdown using a Byword / nvALT software combo. The coding is done in Coda2. My primary machine is a 13″ MacBook Air (2011), however I also post to the site using my iPhone 5.
Oh Snap! Experimenting with Open Authority | Museum 2.0
New Hire: Jeffrey Inscho | Carnegie Museum of Art Blog
Jeffrey Inscho of Static Made | Tell Me Something I Don’t Know Podcast
Is This Art? | ABC Radio National
Technology helps participation in arts | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A Contemporary Approach to New Media| Bueda Blog
Technology in the Arts Podcast (#69) | Technology in the Arts
Interview with Jeffrey Inscho | El Tercer Brazo
In April of 2012, along with my podcast partner-in-crime Suse Cairns, I started Museopunks, a monthly internet broadcast that investigates interactivity, innovation and creativity in the museum sector.
All original content posted on this website and companion blog is published under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0 license. This means you are free to share or distribute the work as long as you credit Static Made with a backlink. You are also permitted to modify or remix the work under the stipulation that you make your derivative work available under a similar license.
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The ideas published on this website, along with those to which I link, do not necessarily reflect the ideas and beliefs of my employer.