Archive for the ‘Crafting Lifestyle’ Category

One of the first things a student in a statistics class may learn is how to calculate the variance of data. Two data sets may have the same average value, but one data set may have significantly more samples on the extremes. For example, two cities have an average household income of $70,000. One city has […]

Sebastian Marshall has it down pat. I consider him the king of simplicity. He takes a powerful idea and writes a beautifully simple, impactful post on it. He doesn’t bother with scouring Flickr for blog post images.  If the idea is not what the reader needs at that moment, no big deal; only a few short […]

Image by Brandon Koger Note: This originally appeared as a guest post on Gamification.co. When it comes to wine, points matter. In a revealing article published in the Wall Street Journal, Leonard Mlodinow – author of The Drunkard’s Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives – points out: “According to a 2001 study of Bordeaux wines, a one-point bump in Robert Parker’s wine ratings averages equates […]

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” -Leonardo da Vinci At the start of this gamification experiment, I had a detailed system of time-tracking, progress standardization, a full list of “activated abilities”, and more. The system was fun at first, but quickly became difficult to track and manage. In it’s current form, my gamification set-up is much simpler, […]




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