The language that we use or hear is often indicative of our environment. When walking through Tokyo the language all around was unfamiliar and cryptic in the sense that it didn’t register with me and I could not be a part of the conversation. Likewise, in certain environments the language used is unpalatable and can […]Read More OY! Language
The main bowling alley in our City has recently become a supermarket. As much as I like a bargain I would have preferred not to lose the place that has so many fond memories. My wife and I spent many an evening shooting pool and hurling balls down the alley at those ten stubborn pins. […]Read More An Aggregation of Marginal Gains
When I jump into the car the Bluetooth system immediately starts downloading the contact list from my phone. It’s brilliant because even before I’ve buckled up, cranked up the Kurt Elling album and selected first gear, the full phone book is ready and available for hands free calls. Great technology. Is it really that simple? […]Read More The RMD Protocol
Foreign bodies in food & drink is never pleasant, no one ever likes to find a fly in their soup or a worm in your apple. But what about some Art in your Latte? Latte Art is an ever increasing skill at many good coffee houses. Finding a pattern and that personal touch in your […]Read More Art in your Latte??