These are some thoughts that I've developed in my experience working with teams that make software. While much of this relates to what I've learned in the context of software development, I believe these things to be generally applicable to life and relationships.
Fixing Cordless Blinds
Plywood Nail Gun Trigger
3D Printed Watch Band Retainer
I have often had the intention to share something, but most frequently I end up not doing so in the end. I've been thinking about why this is, and I'm trying to identify the reasons that I don't often post things. Here are some.
I think time has been my largest constraint lately.
Why I Haven't Been Sharing Things on the Internet
Controlling a MaxxFan over Ethernet6
So I've had this itch to have my own website — a vague picture of what I want to do with it. I've put a lot of work into it already now, and as I now try to clarify my intentions, I am asking myself: what do I want to get out of this?
I'm a strong believer in the idea that writing is thinking. Writing articulately is invaluable, and it's something I'd like to spend more time doing. Putting a thought into writing is not the simple relocation of the idea from your head to words on a page, but indeed plays a critical role in the formulation of the thought itself.
What I Want from This Website
My relationship with the internet has largely been
readonly, but I’m trying to change that.
Sharing things on the internet has long been a difficult thing for me. There was a time when I felt like I didn't share much because I don't have anything to say, but I have realized that that's not really the case. I think it's more that I don't want to share much on the platforms I have had available to me.
Fixing My Tailgate Latch5
Pegboard Mounts for my Anemometer and Infrared Temperature Gun5
Warehouse Explosion in Lebanon13
Wooden Toy Car8
Sewing a Pioneer Dress12