Writer, Knitter, Designer, and Teacher
May 24, 2018
Proof of Brain
HEGELIAN DIALECTIC: Are we seeing yet more cases of creating the problem so you can force people to accept your desired solution? In this case it may be the Infrastructure Bill they are trying to coerce people into blindly voting "yes" on.
The best way I can quickly explain the Hegelian Dialectic is something like this. Imagine I have staked my future on the fact I have manufactured an antidote to a poison. My shelves are full of it, bu
What To Make Of DOGE
What can we make of DOGE? Anyone who is around the crypto world by now has heard about what is taking place with this cryptocurrency. Originally started as a joke for memes, it has become a sensation.
Sewing Pleather and Lace
This weekend was sewing time for a girl's night out dress for my youngest daughter and a mother-of-the-bride dress for me. I am working with two of my favorite materials, leather (fake) and lace. Plea
Inflation Explained Briefly
In the United States, the government education system does a poor job of teaching math, logic, and economics. For example, with help from the popular media, politicians are able to get the masses to b
The Danger From The Likes Of Facebook
We are all aware of the situation with the social media companies. Over the last couple years, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter all showed how dangerous they can be. The fact they are able to close down
Summer Scarf and Family Sewing Memory
I could not find my styrofoam hat form, so I had to take a rare selfie to show my new scarf for bad hair days--like today with its typical spring humidity. I first needed to piece a long rectangle fro
Singling-out multiple income streams
Multiple revenue streams and passive income is what they say is necessary to build wealth and have a change to sustain and maintain it through volatility. I don't know much about these kinds of things
Feeny's New Box
My daughter brought this big box from work and fixed it so it looks a bit like a food truck. Feeny is waiting at the window to take your order.
Telling Off My Alma Mater
I am still a proud Purdue engineering graduate, but when I got a fundraising request for the Purdue Day of Giving today I first went to their website and saw pictures of masked people. I then read the
Cryptocurrency Is Not An Asset Class
Many years ago, Marc Andreeson penned an article in the Wall Street Journal titles, Why Software Is Eating The World. In it, he laid out the case of how we were heading towards a truly digital future