I, too, am stunned and shocked by the news. Adam and I first met when I was doing "Disco Interruptus" in 1990 at the Roxy... he was working a daytime office position there, just out of college. He was a brilliant, intelligent man-- a great DJ and musician, a wonderful writer, a perennial wit and he truely had a heart of gold. He would pop up in the oddest of places and at the most diverse parties and had the sharpest of minds--nothing escaped his notice. I always enjoyed any few minutes of conversation with him-- whether it was on the street or in a noisy nightclub. Although we might not see each other for a couple of months at a time, we would always pick up right where we left off, and I always have considered him a very good friend... I will miss him incredibly.
I am glad, however, that he left this world as he was doing the kinds of things he enjoyed-- whether or not he actually had made it into Burning Man-- while experiencing the many parameters of creative energy and always retaining that almost innocent sense of wonder about it all. Rest in peace, Mr. Goldstone!