more with less

I have enjoyed reading the creativity of constraints at

"Yes: constraints force us to be creative."

3 thoughts on “more with less

  1. Yeah, I'm not sure what to do about those spam comment asshats. I've tried a few settings, which just make it hard for the people I want to hear from to use the blog. I still think finding and killing the spammers is the most practical, effective approach. I wonder if Google is working on that.

  2. Arrgh, looks like you got spambotted above. I hate those f**kers. I've been getting a lot of them lately and I reject them. I may have to write a letter to the internet editor about this. Er, maybe not.Enjoyed reading this post—the links to Ford and the praises of constraint. Somewhere in all of this comes to mind from the mouth of one of literature's most engaging characters as penned by the inimitable Robert Heinlein the admonition below. Not that I have this emblazoned in skin ink on my forehead, mind you, but I do allow it to resonate at seemingly the most fortuitous and opportune times:"Everything in excess; take life in big bites. Moderation is for monks." ~Lazarus Long

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