The Value of Space

Why I Love Saying No It’s an amazing thing when the way we spend our time genuinely shows what we want out of life. It requires the space to think clearly, to part with the excess, (physical or otherwise) and be present with the things that remain. It is by no means easy, but it is … Continue reading The Value of Space

Inspiration

Nike’s Quest to Beat the Two-Hour Marathon Comes Up Oh So Short But, despite the hype, despite the shoes, despite the millions of dollars of investment, despite the rigorous application of the latest scientific thinking and bio-mechanical analysis, and despite the mammoth effort of Eliud Kipchoge, the world’s best marathon runner, Nike’s much-publicized attempt to break … Continue reading Inspiration

Another Death on Everest

Ueli Steck Dies in Fall Near Everest Ueli Steck, the Swiss climber known for his speed attempts and several notable first ascents, died on Sunday, April 30 while climbing in Nepal. He was 41 and died in a fall near Everest, according to Reuters. Steck was in the area preparing a new route: he would ascend … Continue reading Another Death on Everest

Instagram

Raising The Snapchat And Instagram Generation The dynamic of social currency on Instagram, and how it translates into real-world social standing in junior high and high school, is unavoidable for kids. They either ignore the service entirely (to their social peril), or play the game and chase the likes. I thought I had it tough … Continue reading Instagram

Words

Tony Robbins: To Change Your Life, Change the Words You Use The famed life coach explains how language can have a huge impact on your outlook and ultimately your success. Continue reading Words

The iPad Nano

Some great things come in small packages Sometimes the simplest solution is right in front of you Shall we play a game? It’s been a while since I have written about using the iPad Pro as my primary machine so I thought it would be as good time as any to give an update on where my head … Continue reading The iPad Nano

Go Dark: Mac Edition

Blackout. Your privacy is (not) an illusion As someone who has not only been interested in “the security aspect of cyber” and the implications for personal privacy for quite a long time, it’s facinating to watch the world become slightly more aware of what really happens to your data when you’re using your computer, mobile phone, … Continue reading Go Dark: Mac Edition