In which I gain a new perspective on the meaning of 'non-commercial' licences for photos and the like: it's not always about whether you're charging for the work it'll be used in.
In which Frank Chimero makes me think about the questions we ask about our work, and that of others. 'Why' often yields far more interesting answers than 'How', and leads to work that has meaning.
In which I consider the valuable life lessons gleaned from a childhood spent indoors, basking in the glow of a computer screen. Those hours and days of computer games taught me about inspiration, hard work, and why it's all worth it.