Fukushima update, 5 years on... there is a continuous inflow of 40,000 gallons of water each day, which quickly becomes radioactive. Rows of containment structures look cool, but a permafrost barrier is being tried. Triple meltdown = bad news.
Life without smartphone was the first step toward happiness. Reading more books and less Facebook is the next step. What's next?
"The Algorithm-Driven Life." Whoever uses this title, which I gift to the lit community, has an instant bestseller. With a team of oDesk contractors, I reckon it could be out as eBook within a week.
PC battles for autonomy and control, complexified by the fact that no one wants a (flame) war.
I recently passed the decade mark, for officially working on Arisugawa Park. Was it worth it? As much as the experience that led to its being conceived, I suppose. The consummate lone wolf, immersed in the archetypal group society.
I learned a lot in Japan and not just about human potential in compact situations. Some Zen tricks for slowing down time, which has been most helpful in creating a fulfilling life. #AriPark
The day is not yet ended, the memory bright. Big plans tomorrow.