April 16, 2012
The human experience is nothing but a sea of variables. In order to know yourself you must first examine how you are made. What are the variables? What are your red buttons and how do you work with them or around them? Once you know your variables you can examine which values need tweaking in order to become the person you want to be. Note: the destination shouldn't be the goal. Have a good journey.
I'm a skill collector, and I'm interested in a wide array of subjects, from astro physics to web development. I'm constantly trading my services as a web developer for training in other fields such as music photography, and robot building. In life the only constant is 'change'. By constantly putting myself in a position of learning I've found a way to embrace this change and turn it to my advantage.
I'm not sure how to 'track' any of it.
I'm a 'pay it forward' kind of guy, who is interested in technology, resourcefulness and building my own gadgets. My life has been dedicated to reducing the amount of suckage in the world through barter, time donation, education and collaboration.