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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...
The Coaching Habit [Review]

The Coaching Habit [Review]

The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier is either really good or aggressively mediocre, depending what else you’ve already read. The book is aimed at helping managers and small business owners stop being the deus ex machina. The god in the machine. The one...
Go For No [Review]

Go For No [Review]

Go For No might just be my least favorite book on the topic of sales that I have ever read. Not because the advice is bad, but because it reads a little like cult propaganda. How it got more than a thousand 4 and 5 star reviews on Amazon I’ll never know. Lets...
On Photography [Review]

On Photography [Review]

Susan Sontag was a writer, philosopher and activist. She was born in 1933, did some stuff, and died in 2004. During that “doing some stuff” phase, she was politically outspoken with a brand that has since become the archetypical caricature of leftist nut jobs. In the...
When the Music Changes [Review]

When the Music Changes [Review]

When the Music Changes by Elfreda Massie is not the sort of book I would typically pick up and read. I tend to gravitate toward the heady, rather than the spiritual. And in fact, I would say on most occasions, I outright avoid books with a proclivity toward religious...