677: Towards A Neo-Dynamic Rationalism

When one carefully examines the fundamentals of neo-dynamicism it becomes impossible to obviate the tertiary examples of rationalism with more rudimentary observations in the realm of foundational epistemology. This infraction of evidence, in regard to the natalistic tendencies which are undeniable among a certain segment of pre and hyper dynastic individuals causes one to question…

290: An Interview With Seriousblogger

Seriousblogger is one of my greatest inspirations. As a blogger, artist and original think Seriousblogger is almost unparalleled. I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Seriousblogger and discuss the state of the world, blogging and what’s really important to focus on at this moment in history. It was a very illuminating conversation. Seriousblogger…

117: The Idea Machine

Creativity was not Wilford’s strong suit. Wilford was actually more of a business man. His mind whirred and clicked to the sound of dollars, cents and patents. How can I come up with an idea that makes me money, when I just can’t seem to come up with ideas? Thought Wilford. He brooded over it constantly.…

78: The 10% Rule

Some days inspiration hits you like a lightning bolt. Other days you use the 10% rule. The 10% rule is simply that you must be 10% smarter than whatever you are working with. I find it to be one of life’s most useful guidelines. For example if you are trying to loosed a rusty bolt…

75: Try To Be A Pig

I am fond of pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals. -Winston Churchill   Cats are very smart. If you want to listen to people who are too smart check out NPR. Dogs are nice, if you’re a dog. But if you’re a person don’t try to be a…