What captures the depth of your imagination?

Posted on November 25, 2014

Christmas morning was a special experience for me as a young child. Three hundred and sixty five days of anticipation build into one night. I'd struggle to fight off sleep, yearning for the sound of sleigh bells on the roof. My efforts would prove futile as I drifted off, only to awake in the blink of an eye.  I'd shake off the last remnants of sleep and spend the next two minutes in an enlightened state of being as I raced to discover ...

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The Office Door Effect

Posted on September 11, 2014

This post originally appeared on appendTo's blog on September 11th, 2014.  I've cross-posted it here for posterity. Here at appendTo, we are a fully distributed company. We all work from home offices across the country and world, rarely connecting with one another in a physical space during the normal course of our work day. The key to making this a success has been our perspective of translating the normal human interactions we are ...

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Two challenges facing the human race.

Posted on September 3, 2014

I see two challenges facing the human race. Water shortages The current potable water crisis in California is a foreshadowing of the unforeseen consequences of climate change and population explosion. Simple conservation will not be enough. Our planet's natural water cycle is struggling under the burden humans have placed upon it in their unflinching quest for water. We can survive without oil but we cannot survive without water. Short-Term ...

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