Sure, To a Certain Degree is an amazing radio show that has, as far as I know, millions of listeners. It’s also inspiration for diversions, schemes, and ventures that bring me a lot of joy.
Well, first they make me crazy, then eventually joy.
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I have terrible handwriting, but the idea of writing without editing, a stream of consciousness approach to communication, is incredibly appealing. Therefore, a typewriter purchase was in order.
More than two dozen analog Yelp reviews have been sent to date, and I’m branching into LinkedIn recommendations as well. Next up, Match.com profiles!
Bad Business Ideas
Every episode of To a Certain Degree, I pitch startups to satisfy that gypsy craving passed down from generation to generation in my family. Like my ancestors, I have to sell ideas to anyone listening, and then convince them to run with those ideas so I don’t have to.
These startups are my children, except for my actual children whom I care about very much. Bad Business Ideas I just care about in the moment, because once a guest chooses a winner, he or she cares about them. That’s right, they become the main investor, and they run it.
Here’s an explanation using timely pop culture references: Imagine if this show was Not Necessarily the News. Bad Business Ideas would be sniglets.
Learning how to 3D print isn’t difficult, and it isn’t boring. I think what I’m trying to say is that it’s fun and relatively easy. Not sure why I didn’t come out and just say that in the first place.
Wall Due Respect
If you love a piece of art, whether it’s a record, book, painting, an old t-shirt that has significant meaning, or simply a piece of beautiful reclaimed wood, you want to do something to commemorate it, to put it on a mantle or pedestal. Sometimes, you have to build the pedestal.