What if HEY and Basecamp were designed with inclusivity as a first principle?

***Content warning***: workplace abuse, being an under/overvalued employee, extreme silence/giving space, holy schmoly just talk to each other people!, meeting people where they are at, radical consent, meeting people where they are at, mis-identification of naturally born aliens, tl;dr TIL, why does this place have froyo everywhere?!; I mean… yeah. Bubble tea is awesome. Everybody knows that in A2. Do you know why it’s called Ann Arbor? The way the story goes is it was founded by a man who loved trees (arbor) and his wife (Ann).

Living with curiosity

This, to me, is what living with curiosity is about. It’s having viewpoints and the humility to evolve them. It’s recognizing that differences aren’t scary things to shy away from or isolate behind a wall made of stone or silence: they are often opportunities to learn and stretch and experience the world more fully.

Beyond the bubble

Every path I’ve taken on this marathon on sand we call “life” has been a path to break out of a bubble. To face discomfort head-on with a smile, clear eyes, and full heart.

Dinnertime Discussions

While I think about long-term visions, P keeps us grounded on the important details of the present, like dessert.