scribbles: Vol. 17 – September 10th, 2021

It is September and almost officially fall, and I still sometimes think it is 2020. The history books should consider writing “2021” as, “2020+1”. Fall is the beginning of my favorite time of year and is my second favorite season, after winter. I have an affinity for the films that come out this time of year as well as the video game releases, holidays, colder weather, colors, smells, clothing, and personal reflections as the year strides into its finale. Today I wanted to share with all of you some of the newsletters I subscribe to and think others would enjoy….

scribbles: Vol. 16 – July 15th, 2021

Hello World and oh, how I have missed you… It has been a couple of weeks since I have published a scribble. To be honest, I definitely experienced some burn out after my last post. I put my heart and soul into writing about my new learning process. So much energy that when I finally hit ‘Publish…’, it was a relief to be done. No doubt there are some lessons to learn from that experience, but nonetheless I am grateful that some people have benefited from a new perspective on how to process the world around us. In looking through…

scribbles: Vol. 15 – May 7th, 2021

Hello again! This scribble is being sent to you from a warm Texan, it is already so hot here… It took a couple of months of various appointments, but I am officially a Texas citizen. Something I never thought I would ever say but here I am. It has only been 5 months, but I’m already finding a humble sense of pride in saying, “I live in Austin”. The last few weekends I have spent time going for runs downtown, and it has really helped me connect with the city and the other people who are doing the same. The…

scribbles: Vol. 14 – April 23rd, 2021

Hello my friends and happy Friday! I am really looking forward to this issue’s goodies. I hope life is treating you well, and if it is not, know that better times lie ahead. Whatever is happening now is just a small moment in the grand picture of your life. Taking a 40,000-foot view can surprisingly be the solution to almost any problem. In no particular order: Discovered another neat map. The advancement of web technologies over the last decade have greatly influenced the way we interact with maps, and I’ve enjoyed every part of that journey. I like how quickly…

scribbles: Vol. 13 – April 9th, 2021

Happy April! Spring is in full force here in Austin. The birds sing their songs for hours each morning and I love every second of it. Many of the trees around my work turned green overnight, or so it seemed. Here are some of the goodies I’ve discovered recently, in no particular order: I recently discovered this creative wiki that is entirely dedicated to explaining in detail different “aesthetics”. If you are an older human who wants to know why your niece told you she is into “Lo-Fi” music. Well, now you can learn everything you want to know about…