Carl T. Holscher is a compiler, writer, tinkerer, coder, designer, thinker living in Bethesda, MD.
Cut to Carl, bleary-eyed, on the 6th (top) floor of the Department of Labor.
Walking to the café there, I glanced out the window to see the Washington Monument in the distance. With a plane flying across the horizon line. The sun was hidden by clouds but desperately trying to come out.
I noticed of the half-dozen flags flying atop nearby building. They were all at half mast. And I was confused.
Tiny: A Story About Living Small
I’m interested in the tiny house movement. I think the idea of casting away most of the junk that fills our homes and storage units is admirable and pleasant. This may be taking it to an extreme but I thought this would be a good intro and look into the world.
I enjoyed hearing about the motivations and desires of the tiny house dwellers…
New Rule For the Internet: Let’s not get overly worked up over things that won’t matter in 24 hours.
It’s a rule I’m trying to live by more. It is very easy to get pulled into the Internet Outrage Machine™. Everyday there is something absurd to get all worked up over. Then, the next day, it won’t matter to anyone. This is also why I do not cover tech newson this site. There is no point in…
XKCD is the only web comic I’ve managed to be continually challenged and delighted by every single time I read it. Today’s is no exception.
When you’re finished reading, hold your mouse over the screen and wait for the alt text to appear. It adds to the comic.
Josh Ginter’s reviews are like tasty roast chicken for the eyes. The photography is beautiful and the writing thoughtful. His latest…
He’s right. It’s very much worth your time.
For people who have never been real outsiders, who have never known…