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Daily Debacle 2

In the 13th arrondissement of Paris, this is a new building close to delivery – almost 200 new apartments and commerce on the ground floor. Half of the apartments are for… 258 more words

Daily Debacle

One's Craft: Slowing Down

Slowing down for a couple of weeks, taking time away from externalities/stuff, cocooning in the family, and now coming back up for air, thinking about the work. 257 more words

Story + Narrative

Downsides of working remotely

Because I live 1700 miles away, I missed what looked like an interesting talk at CU-Boulder the other day: William Boyd presenting “Genealogies of risk: How risk triumphed over precaution in US environmental law and why you should care” as part of the School of the Environment and Sustainability colloquium series (yes, excited this exists now, but bummed that it’s all happening now that I’ve graduated…) 284 more words

Publications Of Interest

Love Alone is Worth the Fight

Yesterday the sky was a bright blue and the clouds puffy and white, a vibrant backdrop for the iridescent orange, deep red and yellow maze leaves of fall. 917 more words

Day To Day

Cybersecurity Awareness: Can We Win?

The Mach37 Security Leader Dinner series has become a premier forum for discussing important topics in Information Security. On October 23, Philip Reitinger was the guest speaker. 675 more words


The sum of all differences

Everything here was unlikely once
And you, too, complex, inevitable,
Were once improbable, like quanta,
Like stars.

Who knew that in your secret self
You alternate, like some gargantuan muon, 53 more words


"We rise again in the grass. In flowers. In songs."

Anthony Doerr believes that literary writers should “strive toward complexity, toward questions, and away from certainty, away from stereotype.” This novel, which is a page-turner… 87 more words