Which Way?

Last week, Seth Godin published Furious/Curious on his blog. The post goes like this: “They rhyme, but they have opposite meanings. It’s very difficult to feel both emotions at the same time, and one is far more productive than the other.” I read it a few times, and to me, something felt incomplete. I understood … Continue reading Which Way?

On Friction

My earliest memories of friction come from physics classes in high school. Friction (n): "the resistance that one surface or object encounters when moving over another." The pictorial representation of friction in school was this: Image Source: Mini Physics Friction, I was told, was an opposing force; it pared down progress. It slowed things down. … Continue reading On Friction