Find it here. One part mystery. One part savagery. Three parts magic. Years ago, driven by greed, men penetrated the last soft places on earth. Out of the clear-cut jungle—out of nowhere—a man appeared, eyes […]
The night before our arrival, we stopped at a roadside motel just outside Hattiesburg, Mississippi. I was looking out the window when she woke in the middle of the night. “Something wrong?” she asked, eyes […]
Another periodic update to my ongoing collection The Eyes Have It, Eye Spy, Eye Always Feel Like, and Eye Drank What?
It’s hard to imagine that anyone hasn’t yet heard of Kay Nielsen, legendary Danish artist and illustrator, but anything is possible. He certainly remained largely unsung in his time. Despite a brief stint at Disney, […]
I worked in ‘Data Science’ when it was called statistics, before that became a bad word, which is where I first encountered Charles Minard’s 1861 representation of the losses during Napoleon’s 1812 Russia campaign. […]
On getting attention: Politics is a very good way to do it, as I inadvertently discovered last Friday, but only to the degree one is comfortable with simplicity. On keeping attention: I hear so many […]
Gilbert Tubers shuffled down the street in a huff, clutching the most valuable thing in the world. It was tucked under his arm inside a glass jar, and he admired it every twenty paces while […]