• Americas Competitiveness Exchange - Michigan

    Wow! That’s the only word that can adequately summarize last week as part of the Americas Competitiveness Exchange delegation.

    Surveying the Michigan landscape and all it has to offer, checking out specific companies driving change, and seeing the schools that are delivering some proud alums (thankfully I’m not blue/green colorblind 😂).

    The people, though, were the true highlight of my experiences (surprisingly and controversially, even over the 6:30a daily departures). Decision makers from across and some beyond the Americas where the passion for supporting our respective economies and communities was deeply apparent.

    I look forward to continuing the conversation as we work to grow the healthcare and entrepreneurial ecosystems spanning the continents!

  • Death, Lonely Death — Crooked Timber

    Voyager stored its internal data on a digital tape recorder.  Yes, a tape recorder, storing information on magnetic tape.  It wasn’t designed to function at a hundred degrees below zero.  It wasn’t designed to work for decades, winding and rewinding, endlessly re-writing data.  But it did

    What we build and how we build it matters… even if we don’t know the what, how, or why just yet… but sometimes we find ourselves pleasantly surprised

  • Joker, 2019 - ★★★★★

    Awesome movie! Really enjoyed it and kept me wondering (and attempting to guess) what comes next. Portrays the Joker in a really interesting light in comparison to the rest of the city at large.

  • The Hunger Games, 2012

    Watched on Sunday February 4, 2024.

  • Argylle, 2024 - ★★★½

    Watched on Friday February 2, 2024.

  • Jon Hamm Narrates Plato’s Allegory of the Cave, Updated for the Timeline Era

    Plato’s allegory is extended to our present age, where we’re mediated by devices and social media algorithms into individualized shadowy caves of our own

    Super cool video, reminds me that I need to re-read Plato’s Allegory of the Cave

  • Hello, world! I’m playing around with micro.blog

    Concept I’m thinking about now, from the book Goodbye, Things: instead of focusing on organization techniques, focus on minimizing first

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