Want to read: The Upcycle by William McDonough 📚
Just added this to my queue after watching this video where McDonough talks about the philosophy and design thinking behind the book. He has a really inspiring and motivating take on designing for sustainability. In short, it’s: Why is getting to zero (waste, carbon, etc.) our goal? We can do better.
Finished reading: The Fifth Season by N. K. Jemisin 📚
A rich and absorbing novel, with an impressively detailed world. The “trick” of the novel’s structure worked on me, making for a very satisfying final chapter. 4/5 stars.
I’ve been reading a lot about sports psychology lately to figure out how to improve my mental game, so I found this post very interesting. Being a hockey goalie has got to be one of the toughest mental challenges in sports. Inside the mind of Kraken netminder Chris Driedger 🏒
Went to the Seattle Kraken’s first home game last night at Climate Pledge Arena. What a great facility! A win would have been nice, but it was still a great game and an electric atmosphere. Looking forward to the rest of the season.
I don’t mind dealing with the delta variant, but I am not paying a monthly subscription for delta+.
Got a decent view of the stage for the Seattle Kraken expansion draft announcement. And just found out that the draft list was leaked. I’ll try to act surprised.
Passed by Lady Liberty on our Circle Line Cruise yesterday and she said to tell you all “Happy Independence Day!”
Finished reading: The Quiet Boy by Ben H. Winters 📚
I didn’t quite buy a couple of critical story hooks, but found myself engrossed nevertheless. The main character’s choices lead him into a slow-motion car wreck that’s hard to look away from. ⭐⭐⭐1/2