This is a #thinkbook log on #ruckology by Brandon L. Rucker in which he presents a weekly upload of brain matter from the past week. I’ve squeezed out a lot of brain juice this past week, and in this coming week and beyond it’s only going to get more voluminous and creative. More on that … Continue reading Thinkbook 3 | Together Is the Way
#ruckology #lifebook Time spent inside the Earth after time spent studying above and beyond it. So last weekend was a kind of a mini-family vacation with less mileage than the previous two summers when we went to stay in Wisconsin (last year) and Tennessee (2014). This year we kept the travel around three hours of … Continue reading Lifebook 8 | Cosmos, Caverns, Lasers and Karts, Oh My!
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#ruckology #thinkbook #read #write #rock Last week the first Thinkbook tackled art, this week’s keeps it in the neighborhood of the arts. This past week I battled my usual conflict of wanting to do multiple things all at the same time: read, write and rock out. Anyone reading this obviously knows I’m a writer. And by … Continue reading Thinkbook 2 | Read? Write? Rock?
#ruckology #artjunkie First in a series of weekly brainjuice leakages, an upload from my cerebral mainframe to yours. Art. Man, it really can make your day. Be it visual, audio, audio-visual, practical or virtual. Art just has that uncanny ability to touch the soul, spark the imagination and be a general catalyst to positive things in … Continue reading Thinkbook 1 | Art Can Make Your Day
#ruckology #writeorflight Image: screenshot from my phone. So in yesterday's Notebook the theme was about a writer (moi) finding himself in the compromised position of having to write on-the-go, out of office and out of his comfort zone using pen and paper rather than his trusty PC. Y'know, something normal people do all the time without quibble. … Continue reading Notebook 6 | Write-or-Flight, the Phone Awaits Also
#ruckology #writeorflight When you have to be productive but you're on-the-go a lot, not at home in your study, not in your comfort zone, yet if you don't get those ideas out and down on paper you will lose them, possibly forever. I am usually loathe to do significant writing by pen and paper, but … Continue reading Notebook 5 | Write-or-Flight, the Page Awaits