Investments in Trust
Here’s the thing. I can’t say that “I trust no one” cause I do. It’s more of the idea that I trust a few people. It’s true. I can probably only count on one hand the amount of people I truly trust. My mother says it’s ‘because I’m too stubborn to ask for help, that I’m willing to sit up and stand in my own puddle (complete with full beard...
if there was work,we would work…the next time we do work, it will be...– sljefferson
Track #6: Canary In A Coal Mine
You say you want to spend the winter in Firenza You’re so afraid to catch a dose of influenza You live your life like a canary in a coalmine You get so dizzy even walking in a straight line -The Police BIG Decision I have to say that this was written on the eve of a very big evening. The decision that I’m about to make will be born from long hours...
Act My Age
Ten Most Significant Cultural Trends of the Last... →
One | Connection By far the most significant acceleration was in our technologies of connection. In June 2000, 97 million mobile phone subscribers existed in the United States; in June 2010, the number rose to 293 million. Urban and suburban Americans swim in a sea of WiFi (sitting in my living room on a quiet side street I can see 8 wireless networks)—and in the middle of Nebraska, you can get...