Tristan Perich

Tristan PerichThanks to this tweet from Fast Company, I dove head first into a rabbit hole today. By the time I came back up for air a couple hours later, I had ordered a (1) CD that isn’t a CD, (2) five stepper motor/controller sets, and (3) 20 empty plastic spools from China.

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Concerning Rabbit Holes

rabbitThis post is largely concerned with Rabbit Holes, and from its words a reader may discover much of their character and a little of their history.

From time to time, something strikes such a fancy in me that despite all reason and care for time, commitments, or responsibilities I have no choice but
to chase it down the rabbit hole. To drink its potion. To look beyond the surface, explore every corner and to only surface only upon my curiosity’s insatiable gluttony having been filled.

The catalyst is often a random passing notion.  The bottom of the rabbit hole is not always interesting, but the journey is worth the while.  Especially when the rabbit I am chasing is no ordinary rabbit.