I hope you are all enjoying an awesome break and looking forward to 2012, I know I am! 2012 is going to bring in a slew of awesome conferences, lectures and hackathon to attend. As I am putting together our Hackdays hackathon schedule for 2012 I realized I have not told you all about Art … Continue reading Art Science Camp in Toronto: Join us!
“The woods are lovely, dark, and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep.” ~Robert Frost Second consecutive day of running. Small success. Trail running in fall is awesome. The goal for the next 28 days is to run every single day … Continue reading Running
“I believe I can I know I can, I’m sure I can” Dead Prez – I believe Yes. I believe I can kick my running procrastination habit! Fighting running procrastination this week. I am never going to finish that 50 miles race if I don’t start training. Today is going to be a 20 km … Continue reading Running
Under the Sun, The letters of Bruce Chatwin So we went to San Francisco which is so unlike anything else in the US it doesn’t really bear thinking about. it’s utterly light-weight and sugary with no sense of purpose or depth. The people are overcome with an incurable frivolity whenever they set foot in it. … Continue reading So we went to San Francisco
Mike Dempsey’s design business tips make great startup tips. Continue reading Exude Enthusiasm
“Ah, I see,” says George, “reporting for duty. It begins already, your double life.” He smiles and drains his cocktail. “That is what you’re proposing, you realize?” he continues. “A double life. A divided existence, schismatic even. Let me give you a bit of advice about such endeavors: they are even trickier than they look. … Continue reading Double life
The three-pound organ in your skull – with its pink consistency of Jell-o – is an alien kind of computational material. It is composed of miniaturized, self-configuring parts, and it vastly outstrips anything we’ve dreamt of building.” David Eagleman. Continue reading Your brain
… the obvious vantage point may not always be the best one. Continue reading Change your perspective from time to time.
The plain fact is that great achievement, deep fulfillment, lasting relationships, or any other aspects of an unquenchably, relentlessly well lived life aren’t formulaically executable or neatly quantifiable. First and foremost, they’re searingly, and deeply personally, meaningful. The inconvenient truth is: you’ll probably have to not just blaze your own trail — you’ll also probably … Continue reading