Teardrop Trailers

I’ve been fairly obssessed with teardrop trailers currently. While I would love to live the full-on nomad lifestyle in a Sprinter van or something similar, it’s just not really feasible at the moment. A teardrop however could be. They are far less expensive, but still offer many of the advantages of a nomading van — […]

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I saw a post the other day about piping in water from the Pacific to refill the Great Salt Lake. Of course, the twitter post linking to this ridiculed the idea. Sure, perhaps the idea is outlandish and perhaps not the best option, but I wish I lived in a society that did big stuff like this and in the very least, was more accepting of entertaining big thoughts.

Game Programming for an Eight Year Old

My eight-year-old, probably like most boys his age, loves video games. It’s also natural I think for many who play, to want to make some games of their own. It would be great to get him started on coding at such an early age since he has the desire to do so. The only problem […]

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Simulation Theory

The new Matrix movie comes out soon, and I honestly can’t wait. As a senior in high school when the first Matrix came out, it likely had something to do with my mild interest in philosophy and contemplating big thoughts. Of course the question of reality is really as big as they come, and it […]

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More Time at the Office

I was listening the other night to the Mixergy podcast, where he was talking with Bridget Harris about how they grew their company. At one point, Andrew (I guess I’m ok referencing podcast hosts by their first name), brought up the age-old saying that basically says something like: “On your deathbed, are you going to […]

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Growing Slowly

 I was reading last night on Matt Haughley’s blog, on the advantages of growing slowly. When so much news is given to the huge payoffs that a small number of startups get, and the big news surrounding facebook, tumblr, twitter, etc.., it’s difficult to appreciate that these stories are extremely rare. What’s far more common […]

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Not Enough Time To Become Time Independent

It would seem that the biggest detriment to becoming financially secure and independent is not having time to pursue it. Most people live their lives by selling off portions of their existence to others, generally for an hourly rate or salary. You work a certain number of hours and your employer (or your clients if […]

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