Fail Fast

Random thoughts on software, process, and life.
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20-year-old William Styron on the limitations of formal education, in a wonderfully opinionated letter to his dad

explore-blog:

20-year-old William Styron on the limitations of formal education, in a wonderfully opinionated letter to his dad

If atheists underestimate the fudginess in faith, believers underestimate the soupiness of doubt.

Only the inimitable Adam Gopnik can write a sentence like this, which he does in reviewing Peter Watson’s The Age of Atheists: How We Have Sought to Live Since the Death of God and considering the cultural paradoxes it belies.

Also see Alan Lightman on spirituality and Carl Sagan on religion

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Irwin Shaw, on failure.

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Irwin Shaw, on failure.

Since I’m in a cassette digitization mood, here is a playlist of our wedding mix tape, circa 1993. You can do the Detroit Hustle, play air guitar with AC/DC, or just dance with us to Dave Grusin.

(Source: Spotify)

Since I’m in a cassette digitization mood, here is a playlist of our wedding mix tape, circa 1993. You can do the Detroit Hustle, play air guitar with AC/DC, or just dance with us to Dave Grusin.

(Source: Spotify)

Brilliant fun.

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Today’s soundtrack.

(Source: Spotify)

Best song ever?

(Source: Spotify)

Best song ever?

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You can find some pretty amazing stuff in the margins of Spotify.

(Source: Spotify)