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The Myth of Telling Stories About Innovators

Just finished reading The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution by Walter Isaacson. The author is surely a very good storyteller, and when stories are told brilliantly well, they become more than stories. 445 more words

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A Lesson Learned

Day 24, and if I’ve learned anything from writing some form of something every day is that it takes time. Time that I can manage to scrape together everyday, which is nice, but time none-the-less. 508 more words

Random

Story Time With Grampa Jered

I haven’t been sleeping well lately. I’ve been getting to bed late and waking up early. I’ve been having a lot of nightmares, too, because if I’m only going to get three or four hours of sleep, those hours better be filled with distressing thoughts and images. 986 more words

About Me

Fingerprints

Today my fingerprints were documented at the courthouse. (So much for all those nefarious crimes I was going to commit.) It was a step to continue volunteering down at the local juvenile detention center, where I’m been working with an organization called The Beat Within to practice creative writing with the students. 319 more words

Creative Writing

Standing

The same shit on a different day. The same issues,  the same frustration and the same old nonsense. It’s been said time and time again…the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again whilst expecting different results. 668 more words

Ideas And Thoughts

Story-Trophic cascades

Perhaps it is working with TRIZ that has improved my analogous thinking but I watched this incredible video about ‘How Wolves Change Rivers’ and thought: 272 more words

Knowledge Sharing