In adolescence, we all seek to innovate. By middle age, we're more likely to like traditions. And in some ways, we're right all along.
For my twentieth Fathers Day, I don’t need much. But here are a few things I really want.
Metrics are powerful tools, but they often miss crucial truths.
Rejection is a bummer, for sure, but it's better than the alternative.
Telephones used to be attached to walls and transmit only voices. In some ways, that was better.
In a world where information is everywhere, it's increasingly important to know who's feeding you what, why, and how.
Nature and culture conspire to create people who are never quite complete. And it's a good thing, too.
Your ability to shape the world depends on what you attend to. So pay attention to this.
Reflections on telling nonfiction from nonsense.
No matter how well you know a thing now, it will likely look different to you someday, after your next existential transition.