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October 24th, 2020

I built this... thing for my writing. It's kind of like a personal website but different. Not really sure how to describe it but it's based on curiosity trails, very little professional architectural writing there right now but it was a way to experiment with thought design and non-linear structure and experience. A Digital Garden of forking paths if you will

Functional Curiosity

This page is about curiosity as a function of my goals. Goal oriented curiosity. Context Curiosity. Once the goal is completed the curiosity typically vanishes.

November 11th, 2020

I don't think flow is really the opposite of boredom. flow is pure execution of a task, no learning or engagement or curiosity just glorious purpose *

April 13th, 2021

Questions, not takes. Borrowing a lens fromĀ @humsys, we prioritize being curious about what the book is saying, and about what our bodies and minds are saying in response, over judging the book or using the book to judge ourselves. Evaluation is not the answer.