Monthly Archives: March 2007

If You Need Something Interesting to Read

Rummage through Paul Graham’s collected essays. I wrote about his piece on startups a week ago. Since then I’ve realized his writing covers a broad range that goes far beyond the tech industry. Graham writes with an informal, meandering style … Continue reading

Are Ambition and Gratitude Mutually Exclusive?

Continuing the Discussion When I wrote this post about achieving happiness through a lie, I wasn’t sure what type of reaction to expect. The discussion that followed in the comments exceeded all my expectations. It made me realize the real … Continue reading

Reducing Unnecessary Motion

Have you ever wondered why short basketball players tend to be better shooters than tall ones? It isn’t that they’re inherently less skilled. Tall players actually have a physical disadvantage in this area. Tall bodies means long arms and long … Continue reading