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May 29 2009

Painting corners: How do you make decisions when your choices have unknown pros/cons?

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(My secret sauce for decision-making. So simple… I must be stupid to benefit from this.) The background: For the past three summers, I’ve spent a week in the outdoors with my friends Ryan and Matt (one of those rare types with zero Google presence). We’ve gone backpacking, canoing, overseas, etc. These trips were great fun, […]

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Jan 15 2009

Creating Useful Filters Rather Than Useless Speed Bumps

As long as we live in a resource-constrained world (time, money, etc), we will create filters to separate the top-notch from the tolerable, the Thinkpad’s from the Acer’s, the Nunatak‘s from the Campmor‘s. Most of these filters are intuitive, unconsciously acted upon. I remember hearing a basketball referree, a seasoned college-level veteran, recount how crowds […]

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May 26 2006

If a picture is worth a thousand words…

What do I want those words to say? How do I make those words say what I want them to say? (Not worth a darn if they don’t say what I want them to say.) Spent about a couple of hours last night thinking about the header image. This, along with my top navigation bar, […]

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May 23 2006

When in doubt, try it out…

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I find myself in need of a first post, as I attempt to wade through the agonies of site design and WordPress templates. Not to mention an offline post editor. This post needs some bullets, which would seem to require a list of some sort: Bullet 1 Bullet 2 Bullet 3

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