Last year was my biggest year, so I don't anticipate near the amount of change this year. 2016 will be more about stability, and potentially some change for my wife Meg. It will be my first full year as ...
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I love these kinds of mashups, one work redone in the style of another author.
The puddles on the floor, lights in office buildings imagery, and simplicity and habit remind me of Fight Club.
These gaps are a bit disconcerting. Not sure if it's good marketing on one side, or bad on the other.
The biggest gap between scientists and the public came on issues that may elicit fear: the safety of genetically ...
This fantastic satire is great, but it doesn't get at the heart of why people think this way. As evidence mounts, a conspiracy theorist only believes that the conspiracy is larger.
Despite it being early in the year, I already have some big plans for 2015. Meg and I are expecting a baby this summer (our first), along with a move back to Texas and a new house (another first). With ...
A new way to modernize art, and a way to have some fun at a museum.
The results may surprise you.
Derek Low takes a flight in suites class and documents the whole thing for the rest us.
I really like this short film.
Here is a snapshot of my github public profile. This was taken July 22, 2014. Though it is not visible, the highest single day (dark green) was 9 contributions.
201 total, with a long streak of 9 days. Looks like ...
50's life coaching recommendations are on point, and the writer only seems to realize this near the end.
A wonderful video from my dad to celebrate my first year of marriage.
I love the game monopoly. One of my favorite parts about it is the negotiating and trading. The part I like least is the luck of the dice.
This Re-Thinking the Game article aims to make monopoly more of a ...
I would wear this shirt:
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