David Blue


David Blue launched Extra­tone in Spring, 2016 to con­sol­i­date and uni­fy the vast amount of inno­v­a­tive, but often-mar­gin­al­ized voic­es he’d dis­cov­ered with­in the net­work of visu­al artists, musi­cians, engi­neers, and friends he’d amassed through­out young adult­hood, and con­tin­ues to obses­sive­ly pur­sue new cul­ture and argu­ments in the con­text of the plat­form and its com­mu­ni­ty.


David enjoys writ­ing about both the tedious and the spec­tac­u­lar of technology’s inter­sec­tion with cul­ture.


He does not like con­ver­sa­tions about food, sex, sleep, or John Tesh, and is no longer allowed to pub­lish a sin­gle word about cars.

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