All posts tagged ‘friction

Sunrise in the Mists

Writing a Book on the Side

Excellent (2010) piece by Michael Lopp on writing a book on the side: „Writing is a game of inches. No author I know sits down every morning in their home office and steadily produces three pages a day. I’m sure they’re out there, but these annoyingly efficient and profitable authors aren’t doing this on the […]

Travel Reconsidered

[This is my second Moderate Proposal for Daunting, Delightful and Dilettantish Deeds to Pursue in 2014. See the introduction and part 1.] It’s 7:26am on a Sunday and I find myself waiting with wet hair in the middle of a winterly breeze. People around me look either bored or tired, some of them are still […]

Lost in Friction

Lost in Friction

I arrived in Colombia more than three weeks ago. Since then, The Friendly Anarchist has been quieter then usual. Good reasons for that abound: My feeder plane in Europe had to make an emergency landing in Paris, so I missed my flight to the Americas and arrived a day late. Then, I had to attend […]