Check out this small feature on Andrew from the guys over at Blading.info. Photos by Greg King.
Check out this cover shot of Andrew from the 1st issue of the ONE Magazine digital series. Andrew is the “Feature” in the issue featuring photos by Greg King and words by Frank Stoner. BFree has a “Take 5″ as well. Read the press release about it and be on the look out for it!
On Monday we reveal new horizons for ONE.
Here’s what we said about Digital in the Issue #20 LETTER:
“Those plans entail an all-new outlet for ONE content that’s coming very soon to a digital device near you: ONE digital editions. These digital-only magazines will be available at no charge to the reader, and will be compatible with all devices. They will feature all-new, exclusive content from an even wider cast of characters, locations and events. The truth is we just get too much great material submitted to fit into the magazine (when limited to such a sporadic print schedule) that’s also just too good to throw out into the world wide web without a little extra umph behind it. So if we’ve learned anything in 2012 it’s that we want to put a whole lot more high quality blade content out into the world, and we’re going to give a whole bunch of it away for free. Whadaya think of that?!”
In closing, NO, print is not dead. It’s just got a new friend to spend time with online. – ONE Magazine
Check out this short video by Jay documenting Cody’s last few weeks in Texas before his move.
Check out this edit Jay made of leftover clips from Cody’s last days edit. The full edit drops Thursday.
Before I ever got the chance to move to Austin, everyone I had known from there had already moved away.
So by the time I had decided to uproot from my current situation and give the town a go, I no longer had the huge catalog of friends that I used to. The new scene that I was experiencing was larger than it had ever been, but it didn’t have the essence of a “community” like what I’d enjoyed coming from a smaller town.
That was about to change.
Over time, with some effort, a handful of the older heads had everyone’s numbers and were making sessions, bbq’s and camp outs a regular thing. People from all around TX were taking notice of the amazing scene we were creating and Austin was getting new recruits every month.
During this time, a few of us, myself included, experienced some hardships and were taken in by our friends until we could get back on our feet.
(Sidenote: Austin has the tastiest waves a couch surfer has ever seen!)
With the amount of selflessness going around, it didn’t take long for all of my friends to feel like family.
Check out another Southern Scum edit from their recent trip to Texas. This one features the whole gang.
The first TSS SA edit has popped up…Mike Talecki holdin’ it down with the Go Pro.