Calendar Sales Up!

Calendar Sales Up!

Up!  Thanks for all the requests and encouragement to get a PDF download of the EarthCycles Calendar up for sale. I’ve put it onto to our GoBrik Store where you can purchase the super high resolution master file for printing at a print shop near you. The file...
First Print!

First Print!

Woohoo! After thinking about this idea for the last ten years, I am super excited to finally make the first full print of my Earth cycle calendar! Thanks to my master navigator brother Chris for the help adding the Moon’s apsidal procession and the Earth’s...
The Long Story of Plastic

The Long Story of Plastic

Over the last few covid months, I’ve had a chance to reflect deeply on the issue of plastic pollution and delve deep into its causes. My team and I have mined some important insights through discussions and writing, and we’re now getting ready to share...
I Came For The Plastic

I Came For The Plastic

I’ve always been a big believer in intentionally choosing difficult and challenging life circumstances.  Be it to face personal fears or to stoke creativity in the face of challenge, this principle of existential immersion has inevitably lead to roads that are...

Busting out of the Covid Cave

It’s been a while.  I miss writing.  I miss my blogging.  Oh… it’s not as if I haven’t been writing.  Indeed, the entirety of Covid, my fingers have been dancing on my keyboard.  I can clang out a good 40-50 words a minute when I am focused,...
Full Open Source Luminous Sword

Full Open Source Luminous Sword

Today, I am incredibly grateful to be writing this post on a dazzling Librem 13 laptop that runs on fully open source hardware and software.  It’s an amazing computer, endowed with the best of vibes and a great story. I use this sleek black machine to do my...
Single Use Plastic during Covid-19

Single Use Plastic during Covid-19

Stuck at home, Ani and I have found ourselves consuming more plastic than usual.  I couldn’t help but wonder though, what role is plastic playing exactly in these crazy pandemic times?  After all, a look at the history of pandemics shows a pattern of waste accumulation compounding already challenging situations.