Posts Tagged with ‘tools’

Sunday Best – June 12, 2016

Our inspiration today comes from New England neighbor, Henry David Thoreau.  Though Thoreau and I had a fraught relationship during Mr. Leininger’s 11th grade English class, we’re now great friends. We have become the tools of our tools.   It’s a big season for tools, from hedge clippers to algorithms.  For a moment today, let’s […]

Library Stack #2 – Maps, Tools, and Charts

Hello Honeybees, and welcome to our library! We’ve recently reorganized our online library in a way that allows for both more logical navigation and more serendipity. In short, we’ve established four major quadrants of wisdom (Investing, Nature, Spirit, and Nourishment) and we are arranging thematic pods of content within these big categories. (For a more […]

Use The Hammer, Not Your Shoe

Clouds of philosophy, lessons from Ronald Dworkin: I’ve looked at clouds from both sides now From up and down, and still somehow It’s cloud illusions I recall I really don’t know clouds at all – Joni Mitchell

“How” And “Why” Trump “What”

He who has a why to live can bear almost any how. — Friedrich Nietzsche

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