Plans and Clues is a blog about my experiences engaging the physical, digital and cultural world around us – basically, from a Kierkegaardian perspective, this is my subjective truth; yet, like all of us, I am an unreliable first person narrator. Most of the posts will either focus on climate / ecology, my camera outputs, and adventures.
Like most names, ‘Plans and Clues’ has a story behind it. This story starts within a massive corporate technology business and moves into my retirement – in both worlds I found that being curious works great!
Within the corporate walls, data-rich clues were sought to create predictable execution plans. We even had an old saying that went something like this:
- Someone with a clue, but without a plan could appear genius-like
- Someone with a plan, but without a clue could be dangerous
- Someone with neither a plan nor a clue, hopelessly lost
- Someone with both a plan and a clue, very valuable (get things right things done right!) – hire them!
Now, from retirement looking back, that old saying no longer holds – now, I make plans to find more clues! … continued curiosity is key – engaging the world around us – plans and clues!
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