Do It Well rather than Do It Fast...The good work according to Jason Fried

You can go back to The Hare and the Turtle by La Fontaine, look at ants or as Jason Fried does, ask what the right way is: A spoon or a jackhammer?
We often tend to want things done fast and cheap and it does not work that way.
Patience and a sense of perspective might not be American virtues.
I do my work steadily and keep weaving and I try not do not get distracted by the background noise.

A day of musings I guess...blame it on my cold...

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In your fifties and not too old to rock'n roll

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To follow up on a couple of previous posts reflecting on passing the mid-century bar, I was thinking to myself that it feels like not too old to rock' n roll and definitely too young to die. I think I do not speak just for myself when I say that people in their 50's are not ready to move to a gated community and spend most of their time on the golf course. Our brains...
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Frou Frou...Romance her with Cupcakes on February 14

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Besides older memories of Casino de Paris and Mistinguett, I thought of the British band Frou Frou, when I discovered London based Fru Fru whose noble aim is 'delivering something beautiful'. That something is beautiful fresh made cupcakes decorated with butterflies, daisies and stars. They bake their cupcakes mornings daily and suggest they will be best enjoyed within 48 hours. Fru Fru delivers across London. One of their gift boxes (9, 18 or 30 cupcakes...