Being a Creator in a World of Too Much Stuff

While I was at the Twin Cities Book Festival, I picked up a few books at the used book sale. “The Plenitude: Creativity, Innovation, and Making Stuff” by Rich Gold was one of those books. It’s a slim volume, so it only took a couple of days to read. It …

9 Ideas for Revamping U.S. Elections

If the current election season teaches us nothing else, it’s gob-smackingly obvious that we need to revamp our election system. With a polarized electorate caused by having only two major political parties and a wholly unqualified presidential candidate running on behalf of one of those parties, Dr. Phil’s perennial question …

Test Kitty

Testing, testing, 1,2,3. Here is our kitty, Stinky, the sweetest cat ever and the last cat standing in our household. We had 3 geriatric cats, a twenty year old, a fifteen year old, and Stinky, the 17 year old. Two have passed on in the past couple of years, hence …