to the Introduction
Do you ever have people say to you "you think too much. Don't worry about the details, just do
it?" I have, and it causes me to wonder about them. Is this lack of
looking at the details a part of the reason the world is going to pot?
Whatever, I like to think about things, to figure out what isn't
apparent, what can be done to improve what seems to already be working.
"If it ain't broke, don't fix it." Yeah, sure, don't worry about what
you eat now, you're in reasonable health. But just wait 30 years or so.
I suspect those of you reading this slice of the web are like me, you
like to think too much. If so, you might find something here that will
help you direct your thoughts and create what seemed to be uncreatable.
That's my hope at least.
making things. I don't know, it's something to do with holding in my
hand something I made myself, especially if I created it out of my own
imagination. It doesn't even bother me that people say of it: "What is
it?" which is usually what they say. Then they follow up with: "What's
it good for?" That part of the question I usually don't have an answer for.
If you're a person who
has time to waste, or just likes to tinker, then you might enjoy some
of what I've got to show you. If you're an efficient craftsman who
produces usable and recognizable products, you might want to try
If you wish to contact me about something you've seen here, I can be
reached by pressing this button O
(Or is this the self-destruct button? I always get them mixed
up). If you've lost a body part because you followed one of my
suggestions, don't tell me about it. I hate the sight of blood, and I
cry easy. See if your wife will have a little sympathy for you (which
is doubtful since she told you not to read what I have to say from the
late addition: I started this project nearly 3 months ago, expecting it
to be a short contribution to my already way-too-big website. The
obsessive person I am, this corner of the world has taken every bit if
my time and has grown to over a thousand files (mostly pictures and
thumbnails) and 70 HTML pages. So if you find some pictures that pop up
that don't connect to the thumbnail, or if a link doesn't work, don't
be too surprised. Just blame it on the gremlins of the Internet.
non-profit, non-political, non-orthodox, non-productive, nonsensical,
and almost non-existent.