Circular Journeys

We all know that the journey is more important than the destination and if we think otherwise we must suck at life, but there are many parts of the journey I happily would’ve skipped in favor of a straight shot to the destination. One such example is when I got food poisoning from the “nice”…

Listen to the Old Ones

We fell victim to a Youtube prank. It started when the television in our camper developed lines in the screen. Okay, you got me, it didn’t develop lines as much as it was damaged when a projectile was errantly launched in its direction. But that’s a different story. As most of our generation does when…

I Want to Build It

The efficiencies of capitalism demands specialization. Adam Smith was one of the first to recognize the power of breaking down work into repeatable steps that can then be improved and perfected. He observed that it allowed a group of people to make tens of thousands of pins per day, versus the hundreds they’d produce if…