Let me first tip my hat to the Presidio Trust. While authorities across the region have been restricting access to parks during the Coronavirus, the Presidio Trust, who operate the Presidio Golf Course, quietly made the whole course available for …Read More
I came across the Design Sprint concept recently as I licked my wounds after a particularly difficult web/app development project.
I’d tried to modernize a core product offering for a friend’s business. Their needs seemed fairly obvious. The existing system …Read More
Before I can explain how you too can work from a remote beach at the end of the world, let’s start with some general ‘work from home’ guidance.
In most modern companies you’ll find people in a variety of roles …Read More
It’s a magical time of year on California’s Pacific coast. The pelicans are heading south, the nights are becoming colder, and sailboats start to head …Read More
At 3300ft (1000+m) above sea level, Mt.Iraya is an imposing, recently-active volcano, that is sadly shrouded in cloud most of the time from the moist sea air. We visited in late-April, and despite never seeing the summit all week, we …Read More
The Big Sur Coast is possibly one of the most rugged and scenic coastlines in the world. Highway 1 which winds its way above steep cliffs provide some amazing views. But if you’re an ocean lover, well the best way …Read More
Back when I was in boy scouts, our scout troop leader had a limp. He lamented to us often about the importance of good boots. But I was young then and I figured I had nothing to worry about. In …Read More
Mid-April is a beautiful time to sail the Philippines. The strong Amihan winds are becoming lighter, the water is becoming clearer, and the sun is high high in the sky. With new crew, Margherita, May and Florent, we took Flash …Read More