2019-10-23 12:11:56—

Ironically, that which corporations promote in the name of diversity actually suppresses it. Imposing steep consequences for any behavior that could possibly be interpreted as “offensive” encourages a bland homogeneous herd of employees—a monoculture.

2019-10-23 11:34:59—

Discontent emerges from the unspoken, the inexplicit. One's actual status is not documented.

2019-10-09 09:21:45—

Ironically, those most in need of steady employment are the same most likely to get laid-off first.

2019-07-18 10:07:14—

This thing we call human endeavor is innate. It happens spontaneously. And it works on its own terms despite manager's attempts to influence it.

2018-11-26 10:29:11—


While unpleasant at the time

A day or more later

Its fruits will lift you higher.

2018-10-24 10:44:43—

Thinking about it gives me chills.

The though of ushering potential into reality.

2014-10-02 12:28:49—

The only "intuitive" interface is the nipple. After that it's all learned.
—Bruce Ediger

2014-09-18 08:06:20—

Involuntary apprehension occurs when irrational fears subconsciously manifest themselves as self doubt, diminishing your resolve.

2014-08-30 19:15:33—

And then the day came,
when the risk
to remain tight
in a bud
was more painful
than the risk
it took
to Blossom.

—Anais Nin

2014-08-11 11:07:48—

It is not insignificant, the amount of discomfort I will tolerate in the workplace just for the sake of avoiding corporate lockstep. I'd rather be subjected to the inevitable and repeated burn-out of the startup than the anti-creative, conforming, mental mashing of the corporation.

2014-06-16 11:23:45—

Be on the crest of the wave or join the ocean of ordinary.

2014-06-12 11:14:08—

Sometimes I believe the world is full of idiots. A heartening effect it has although just a belief it may be.

2014-05-30 16:32:11—

Driving today, I came to the startling realization that my inner narrative has a primal impulsivity and the mannerisms of a country bumpkin.

2014-05-06 07:23:56—

Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut. ― Ernest Hemingway

2014-04-02 11:51:14—

Actual fears one should have are dwarfed by those he imagines.

2014-03-05 09:39:30—

Speaking of the absurd. Think about this for a minute... The greatest concentration of millionaires in the United States exists in and around its capital, Washington, D.C.

2014-03-04 12:45:36—

Reduce your stress level by expecting absurdities.

2014-02-07 10:52:34—

Empathic people may often look confused when you're speaking to them. That's because they're actually trying to understand what you're saying. It's a cognitively expensive thing to do and most people don't bother.

2014-02-07 10:49:11—

I find it amusing how so few of those who code for a living will actually pay for a good IDE.

2014-02-03 13:59:47—

Don't get so obsessed trying to be like Google that you forget your obligation to be an artist first and an engineer second.

2014-01-29 11:31:35—

Don't worry. It's possible that you're still a good engineer even if a system you designed has flaws (as long as you can blame the platform upon which it's built for those flaws.)

2014-01-23 09:51:40—

I've heard a lot of talk lately from local reporters about the drought but little in their voices to indicate that any real hardship has been endured by them personally because of it, which leaves me thinking that this can get a lot worse.

2013-07-30 10:02:12—

As our inspiration ebbs and flows like the ocean's tide, mine reaches its crescendo in the morning where, if only for a glimpse, the endless possibilities of our world are revealed in high fidelity.

2012-02-19 20:48:19—

Among the things of which I am skeptical: hackathons and other such attempts to domesticate innovation.

2012-02-04 11:47:45—

Dust: eventually it goes from where you don't want it to where you don't notice it.

2012-02-16 09:24:50—

This is not Twitter. This is microblog.