Merchants of Doubt

“It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they’ve been fooled”. – Mark Twain Read Full Post

The High Cost of Free

This is a great piece from the NYT. “Attention is a resource; a person has only so much of it. And yet we’ve auctioned off more and more of our public space to private commercial interests, with their constant demands on us to look at the products on display or simply absorb some bit of corporate messaging. Read Full Post

Music I’m listening to

Here’s what I’m listening to lately. Houndmouth I missed them when they were in Aspen, it won’t happen again. They’re great. Read Full Post

Ozone, Highland Bowl

Skied a new line today on Highland Bowl with a friend. It’s called Ozone. The snow was great on the Bowl, it always is. Read Full Post

Happy Valley Turns

It’s been going off at the Big Show and Wally’s. I’m grateful, I never take it for granted. A few turns from yesterday. Read Full Post

Songs for Chris

It’s your day today. You love to fly, you love CO, and you’ve been though a lot. So here’s some John Denver songs for ya. Read Full Post

If you like skiing or snowboarding, you should care about climate change

It makes no sense to have any connection to winter sports and not care about what’s happening. I just got off the phone with a friend – Utah skiing is more brown than white. Read Full Post

Practice, practice

My good buddy R2 and I were practicing skiing yesterday. Read Full Post

The White Man Came and Ruined the Internet

I saw the Internet in 1988, when I learned about the Minitel. I could see everything that’s today, then. I got in, started my first tech idea the same year. Read Full Post

Today is Ruckusmaker day

Seth Godin’s blog is a gem. My man blackwellspace turned me onto it. Seth’s words: “Celebrated all over the world, for the first time, tomorrow (today) is annual Ruckusmaker Day. Read Full Post