Monday, January 11, 2016

The opening story is so powerful. I can totally relate to having to make do with tools that are often less than perfect, I think we all can.
I still refuse to use Comic Sans in anything, but I will now look at perhaps using some other fonts if I want the reader to slow down and absorb the text.


  1. PS
    I would love a set of Brian Eno's Oblique Strategies cards.

  2. I think it's amazing, how trial and error can lead to a total success, and that randomness can lead you to innovation, that creativity comes from breaking the walls of what you see, and saying "What if I try this" that phrase will take you to your goal so much faster than, scratch it all, and start over, trial and error will get you to a goal faster than perfection, and Mr. Sharp, I will look into those cards.

  3. The opening story was amazing. How he made something out of nothing was phenomenal. We as people need to be more like that, and work towards that, I can do it, mentality. Trying to overcome, but even using things that stress you out and make it hard for you, as tools towards your finished product.


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