August-September 1995: Troy, New York
The most important invitation was to Jason Teague then and now,
the most talented Web developer I've ever had fortune to meet.
Jason had worked on CMCM with me, and was on board with
one caveat: he got final say on design decisions.
That's a no-brainer. Let the designers design. If Jason had said
"no," I'm pretty sure the idea never would have moved forward.
September 1995: @MediaMOO
- The staff needed intellectual and theoretical leadership
and found it in Salvo, one of the truly innovative thinkers in the C&W field.
- The staff needed experience and stability, which came
on board with Siering, an award-winning leader recognized throughout
- The staff needed energy, and received it in abundance from
Wick, as well as two contributors who would later become managing
editor (Claudine Keenan) and editor (Doug Eyman), respectively.
- And the staff needed a home and though three of the
five original "D'Artagnan" Texas Tech grad students invited to
join the editorial staff declined, those who did quickly and
efficiently found no, made a physical home
for the journal.
Kairos Will Have Been ...
Kairos logo circa 2002 ... and beyond?