In the early space flight before computers, this was a real conundrum. An urban legend exists that NASA spent millions of dollars developing a pen that could write in zero gravity. (Ballpoint pens are gravity fed and don’t work in space.) While Cosmonauts used pencils. It’s a cute story that teaches us not to overcomplicate […]Read More Writing in space.
This is the quantum leap. When I work as an employee I do what I’m told or expected. I follow processes and schedules that someone else creates for me. This is easy. I do not have to think. I am not expected to create. This is also hard. I have limited freedom. Everything I do […]Read More You the creator