The world on a spindle

“Whatever goes around, comes around.” So goes the phrase that describes how society changes as ritually as the earth circles the sun, or how sound emerges from a revolving record.

Rituals have always been revised by technology, often changing our lives in unforeseen ways. Technological disruption can accelerate how traditions are altered, replaced or even destroyed, changing the economies and cultures that shape our identities as human beings.

As a technologist, educator, and consultant, I've spent my career building and supporting digital infrastructures. But also as a writer, speaker, designer, and Jazz programmer, I've explored the tension between the benefits and detrimental effects technology can have on society.

33third.org is an experiment, my way to invent with words, design with sound, and narrate with ideas that embrace the power of story telling as social practice.

Balancing research and unique perspectives, 33third.org promotes a nuanced understanding of how race, class, wealth inequity, culture, and music are all affected in this unprecedented era of technological evolution.

Michael Ambrosino

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The world on a spindle

“Whatever goes around, comes around.” So goes the phrase that describes how society changes as ritually as the earth circles the sun, or how sound emerges from a revolving record.

Rituals have always been revised by technology, often changing our lives in unforeseen ways. Technological disruption can accelerate how traditions are altered, replaced or even destroyed, changing the economies and cultures that shape our identities as human beings.

As a technologist, educator, and consultant, I've spent my career building and supporting digital infrastructures. But also as a writer, speaker, designer, and Jazz programmer, I've explored the tension between the benefits and detrimental effects technology can have on society.

33third.org is an experiment, my way to invent with words, design with sound, and narrate with ideas that embrace the power of story telling as social practice.

Balancing research and unique perspectives, 33third.org promotes a nuanced understanding of how race, class, wealth inequity, culture, and music are all affected in this unprecedented era of technological evolution.

Michael Ambrosino

Contact me

The world on a spindle

“Whatever goes around, comes around.” So goes the phrase that describes how society changes as ritually as the earth circles the sun, or how sound emerges from a revolving record.

Rituals have always been revised by technology, often changing our lives in unforeseen ways. Technological disruption can accelerate how traditions are altered, replaced or even destroyed, changing the economies and cultures that shape our identities as human beings.

As a technologist, educator, and consultant, I've spent my career building and supporting digital infrastructures. But also as a writer, speaker, designer, and Jazz programmer, I've explored the tension between the benefits and detrimental effects technology can have on society.

33third.org is an experiment, my way to invent with words, design with sound, and narrate with ideas that embrace the power of story telling as social practice.

Balancing research and unique perspectives, 33third.org promotes a nuanced understanding of how race, class, wealth inequity, culture, and music are all affected in this unprecedented era of technological evolution.

Michael Ambrosino

Contact me

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