Buying an experience vs. Making an experience

Cutting corners is, in actuality, a shorter path to nowhere. Artists that pay to be seen are con-artists. Artists that sublimate through doing the work, feeling the pain, and experiencing the growth are the artists that win. They are the ones that earn the right to call themselves artists. And they are, ultimately, the onesContinue reading “Buying an experience vs. Making an experience”

Linear Vs. Logarithmic

News outlets are focused on visualizing the pandemic, illustrating the leading and lagging indicators to map the virus’s progression, behavior, and growth. Given what we know, statistically, the predictive approach intends to inform, as an approximation. Where it is. Where it is going. In this case, we’re following the data logarithmically. It shows change, rate,Continue reading “Linear Vs. Logarithmic”


For many, the current tech-tooling-workflow environment is overwhelmed by options. On average, an employee at any medium sized company, is likely to utilize 5 separate, if not more, platforms, at any given time. However helpful these integrations may be, they’re also additive in nature. The deeper we travel in search of ‘version’s to improve our-workflow;Continue reading “Versions”

Internal/External Competition

Organizations and artists often face internal strife. Startups focus on proving out theories as to whom or what is of value and what should or should not be automated. Artists become distracted and debilitated by others’ ‘art’. When organizations observe their competition taking aggressive measures they respond in a similar fashion. Needless to say, theseContinue reading “Internal/External Competition”

Balance and Style

When is the last time you keenly watched a turntable’s stylus careen around a vinyl record? Probably not recently, if ever. However, at that microscopic level, magnified by an order of 1000x, you can witness the actual system at work. A delicate balance of weight, size, physics, precision, and style. Similarly, our ‘true north’ compassContinue reading “Balance and Style”

Hindsight is 20/20 & 20/20 is Superposition

A decade has passed. 3650 days, 87600 hours, and 5.256e+6 seconds later, 2020 is here. But at any rate, this uniquely positions us to evaluate, analyze, understand, and create a better path forward. That is, a clearer perspective, allowing the past to inform the present, but not allowing the future to overwhelm the present. EasierContinue reading “Hindsight is 20/20 & 20/20 is Superposition”