How seemingly harmless statements change the world Continue reading The pandemic of casual rhetoric
When we build software to replace jobs, machines to replace hands, ears and eyes, and algorithms to replace thinking, where do the people go? What do they do? Continue reading Where do the people go?
Building a life with someone is the second hardest thing I’ve ever done. In some ways it’s easier than working on yourself, because you can take a break or create space. Other times, it’s much harder because you can’t control it, or or choose the outcome, especially when they won’t go away. Continue reading An allegory to my love
This new era of work, job descriptions, creativity, and what it means to be human is being ushered in at great speed. The question is, who can swallow fast enough, and who will choke? Continue reading Jobs aren’t keeping up with people
The darkness does however, provide anonymity and focus. Covering scars and concealing all that could stimulate us. It makes our world smaller, but only in context. The absence of light makes us look harder. It pulls us closer to our subjects; ourselves and each other; all that we love and fear. Continue reading Darkness is coming
There is an idealistic and romantic belief that society can become so connected, that we function as one well-oiled unit. A land of peace, productivity, happiness and fulfillment. Yet in our quest to creating open and more connected spaces, we ironically use sides, cliques, righteousness and division as tools of unity. A world according to me, rather than a world according to we. In my research … Continue reading How to turn communication around
There’s true beauty in the complexities of people, of nature, of the mind and the body. It’s within this maze that we discover parts of our existence that we never knew possible. Continue reading The paradox of over-simplifying