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Speed and technology, but also slowness and artisan wisdom: double binds for a successful innovation plan



Pilots Are SO Weird

My thoughts on turbulence:  I. Am. Going. To. Die.

Pilot Erika Armstrong’s thoughts on turbulence:  “If it wasn’t for company policy requiring me to go and find you some smooth air, I’d just tighten my seatbelt, put my arms up in the air and yell, “Yee haw!” I know what these airplanes are capable of, and turbulence, even severe, isn’t going to harm the airplane.” 39 more words


Managing the Chaos

We, The Mountains of The World, would like to speak a bit about how you might choose to manage the chaos appearing regularly in your world. 142 more words

Creating Your Life

The Joystick; invented by the Devil

Narrabri NSW, 1960

Cessna 172 VH-DKK

I have been kicking around in aviation for a long time now and have tried every kind of control system there is for light aeroplanes. 334 more words


By ennobling, we believe.

The cosmos is buzzing with supercharged electrons. Nothing is impossible.

Although you may not realize it, you are conscious.

Throughout history, humans have been interacting with the solar system via electromagnetic forces. 190 more words

What I Thought Of : When You Are Engulfed in Flames By David Sedaris

I think David Sedaris is hilarious and I should thank Albertine De Leon for introducing us to each other. David and I have been friends for a few years now, not the kind of friend you see all the time but one you see occasionally, without guilt and you have the best time together. 221 more words

Fernie BC