All too often, I realize the paths I take in my daily life have problems. And it makes me realize how broken I can be, often times at very basic level. But when I have these moments, I’m able to overcome them through creative methods, past experiences, and most of all friends, and build it back up again. And sharing the problem makes me feel that I’m not alone.
Seth Clifford and I met as all modern-day bromances do: on the internet. Over time, our internet acquaintance has turned into a solid foundation for a friendship. And now, he is one of my closest friends. Through some time, patience, and a lot of some badgering, we are finally taking the next step: a podcast.
A special thanks to the amazing Satchell Drakes for the incredible artwork. I couldn’t be happier with how well it turned out. He is the best!
In the first episode, we talk about the reasoning for the show, and what we want Fundamentally Broken to be. For now, this is going to be monthly-ish: it could be sooner, it could be longer. We are busy with work and family, and sometimes our available time is slim. So it’s just going to be a surprise when you see it pop up in your feed.
Hope you enjoy the show!
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There are two certain things in this world: death and taxes. And since I’m not dead yet, I’ll have to do some adulting on a yearly basis and do my taxes. I’m not upset about paying taxes; in fact, I’m one of those people that likes knowing how my taxes work and figuring it out myself, because it’s my money. And sometimes, doing some tedious tasks bring me joy. It’s a sickness really. But I digress…
Continue reading “Notes and Taxes”
Normally when I have an idea, I’ll write about it. This past time, I decided to do something a bit different, and write more about how I felt rather than explain it. But, I also realize that this new-to-me idea might need a bit of help and guidance for those that aren’t well versed in the subject, like me. So I’ll do my best here to explain.
Continue reading “Using Simple Dictionaries in Workflow”
There are a lot of times where I seem to create good workflows or actions. They sometimes come out of nowhere, and really elevate some of my productive life. And sometimes I create them for friends based on their original ideas.
Recently, I was helping Seth work through an idea, and it turned into an awesome evolution clipboard management. There’s a lot of useful tips in there and new ways of using Drafts and Workflow, so go read it. Now. I’ll be here when you get back…
Continue reading “Gaining Experience”