In Defense of My Generation →
A well-written article by Jason Oberholtzer, who in addition to blogging for Forbes, also runs one of my favorite Tumblrs, I Love Charts. This article articulates many of the same feelings I have after reading the near-constant characterizations of my age group as universally lazy and complacent, descriptors very few people that I know personally actually meet.
So. Yesterday, I finished “Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You” by Peter Cameron (I also started it yesterday, but that’s neither here nor there) and while nearly everyone I know has written about it, making this post seemingly redundant, it was too transforming of an experience to not comment on. I didn’t particularly enjoy it, at least in the way I was expecting to enjoy it, or the way I...
Working in the designed objects program at SAIC, I got to spend this last year surrounded by and working with some of the most incredible people on the planet, and I’d like to pause for a moment to address them. I see these people each and every day of my life. Typically, I see them more than I see my own friends, family, or, usually, bed. Fortunately, because of their immense talent and...
Project in progress - Calendar Boxes: a desk calendar that folds up into a desk supply catchall.