Today I want to talk about something that people try to avoid, and why it needs to exist: failure I have been involved in improvised comedy for a number of years now, and of the many lessons it has taught me one stands out as the most important: you need to fail, and fail gracefully. Embracing
Monthly Archives: July 2015
In a previous post, I wrote about transit as a compromise. In that post, I pointed out that passengers on board a bus and passengers waiting for a bus have very different attitudes about how the bus should move, even though the same person will experience both sides of that coin on any bus trip.
I’m going to take a minute to discuss one of my favourite modes of transportation: the canoe. While the canoe may not be the subject of any of my research, or one of the factors in any of my mathematical equations, it’s still a very important method of transportation, and it formed the backbone of Canadian exploration