Inspired by primitive storytellers who used crude tools to record their existence on cave walls under torchlight, I share how my work, interests and experiences collide during my time in the modern digital age. Originally launched in 2008, I’ve re-skinned the site and brought it out of hibernation to share informal essays related to my occupation, preoccupations and random topics of note. Along with new material, previously published content will recycle. Your comments and queries are welcome and I thank you for reading. -sp-
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Words inspired from images created by Melissa Miller, discovered randomly on research for something completely different. What can you say?
I’ve got ink stains on me bloody fingers!
Invasive species cost the United States more than $120 billion in damages every year which tells us some animals have no business being here. Efforts to eradicate or at least control those already established must continue while we do everything possible to avoid further intrusion from others.
There's no doubt this animal knew the divers were there for some time before that sequence played out. Circling in the murk before showing itself and its dominance. Probably not the only one in the immediate vicinity.
Considering existing market studies and proof-of-concept prototype, the procedure itself and related revenue models exhibit potential for enormous upside scalability to other business, government and private sectors. This opportunity will not last!
In layman’s terms, it’s bold with a bite or as I sometimes say, elegant yet understated. Enjoy with a large cube of ice or two in a short glass. If you have a flannel shirt and fire pit handy with time for a good story. All the better.