Note: This blog post was mostly written in 2019 and my farm system has changed quite a bit I’ve been thinking about the intersection of my love of recreational farming and my career in technology. A big part of it is analyzing and setting up systems. To be clear I don’t think I’ve stumbled across…… Continue reading On Farming, Systems Thinking and Being an Agricultural Architect
Today I was gathering ingredients to bake cookies and I was thinking about butter. Prior to moving to the West Coast of the US, I had visited many times. One thing I never noticed was that the butter shapes are different. Perhaps this isn’t surprising, how often do you buy butter when you are merely…… Continue reading East vs. West Coast Butter
What is modern eating? Or do I mean future eating? Actually, I’m probably talking about privileged eating….of the future. Recently there was a bit of an uproar about people seeking out raw water. Before that, it was Soylent. Why are often these stories in the United States? Is there something about our approach to food…… Continue reading Modern Eating?
I’m an open source software activist. Open source software allows people to freely use, modify and distribute it, as opposed to other types of software a single company might control. This is accomplished by licensing the software under an open license. I believe very strongly in the importance of open source software and try to…… Continue reading Open Source Food?