Monthly Archives: April 2012

Why We Need A Good Design: Staring Down The Triceratops (4 of 4)

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(Previous Post: Why We Need A Good Design: The Domesticated Human Or Sailing With Fritz) Staring Down the Triceratops: As I write this, piles of children’s toys surround me.  My kids are play-fighting again, making mock karate moves, dancing like … Continue reading

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Why We Need A Good Design: The Domesticated Human (or Sailing With Fritz) (3 of 4)

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(Previous Post: Why We Need A Good Design: Frostbitten Twice Shy Babe) The Domesticated Human (or Sailing With Fritz): When I was nineteen years old I went on a sailing trip with a couple of my friends across Lake Michigan.  … Continue reading

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Why We Need A Good Design: Frostbitten Twice Shy Babe (2 of 4)

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(Previous Post: Man Against Nature) Frostbitten Twice Shy Babe This is me . . . or rather, this is my left foot . . . Notice that it doesn’t have toes. Nine years ago in the Adirondack Mountains of New … Continue reading

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Why We Need A Good Design: Man against Nature (Part 1 of 4)

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Man Against Nature There are Squirrels in my yard that are pulling up the plants that I just planted, and  burying their acorns in the pots of soft dirt where once stood a small rhubarb and potential Ginkgos and nut … Continue reading

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