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Getting Started in Consulting [Review]

Getting Started in Consulting [Review]

  Getting Started in Consulting is my second read from Alan Weiss. The first book was titled, Value Based Fees, which I also wrote about at the time. Getting Started in Consulting is not what I was hoping it would be. That been said, there was a lot of...
Fumbling with Film in April

Fumbling with Film in April

Between about September and October of last year, I shot my first rolls of film in 15 years. It was invigorating. Approaching fresh, after more than a decade working as a photographer in the digital medium, film has invited me to slow down the process of seeing,...
Wabi Sabi: The Japanese Art of Impermanence [Book Review]

Wabi Sabi: The Japanese Art of Impermanence [Book Review]

Wabi Sabi: The Japanese Art of Impermanence, written by Andrew Juniper, is an introduction to a traditional Japanese aesthetic, which, I’m just gonna say it, is better than modern Western aesthetic. Have you ever noticed how the perfect vinyl siding on the...
Futuristic Violence & Fancy Suits [Review]

Futuristic Violence & Fancy Suits [Review]

Futuristic Violence & Fancy Suits is a novel by David Wong, AKA, Jason Pargin. I think that might be his whole name, actually. With the AKA and everything. It’s how I always hear him introduced. So, for the duration of this book review, I’m going to...
March Was All About the Art Show

March Was All About the Art Show

  I spent pretty much all of March working on something I’d be willing to show in an art gallery, because that’s what was going on in March. My friends are crafty, artsy people. We like to get together, but we also like to feel intellectual while...