Curtis McHale suggests that good things are hard and have high failure rates, but we should still try. I agree.
Random Zen Thought: It is next to impossible to not be fully present when receiving back scratches.
Plain text isn’t just for the geek or the techie. Plain text isn’t just for the academic or hardcore productivity hacker. Plain text is for everyone.
What we believe in.
“There are many paths beyond the social media hellscape, and all of them begin with reimagining what it means to build public spaces where people seek common ground.”
As we prepare to enter these too busy times, don’t forget to give yourself the gift of spending some time doing absolutely nothing this season.
“I’ve gone from a Fiesty Tiger to a Dirty Floor Tile to a Tired Tangerine.”
— Beatrix, age 11.. The tweens are a time of change and she’s very self-aware about it.
An update on the health of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Still kickin’.
Stephen Hackett revisits one of my favorite Macs of all time, “The BlackBook”
Mom: “You fell asleep 2 minutes into a 10 minute drive. I thought you said you weren’t tired.”
Beatrix, age 11: “Well maybe the fact I was punchy and being a feisty tiger was a clue for us all I was wrong!”