Journal: Three Thousand Years

June 28, 2012

in Journal Notes

Riding at dawn | Photo: Kenny Morse

Thursday Location:  Seven  |  Studio  |  Homework     ||     7:50 am – 8:10 – ride – 11:40 pm

  • Project:  Framebuilder:  We’ve been working on an integration process for the idea of every production person being, what would classically be considered, a “framebuilder.”  I’m 100% in but that doesn’t mean everyone else it.  And I understand some of the challenges with this approach.  I’m mapping out some of the framebuilding dicotomies above.  I’m confident that the upsides far outweigh the downsides.
  • Project:  Edge of Reason:  Too much to do – too soon.  Not clear how we’re going to hit the December deadline.  In the midnight hours working on a Kickstarter plan, website, covering the costs of everything, and a distribution plan.  All new and all a lot of work that can’t get in the way of my day job.  Thankful for Chantal’s help.  Decided that December deadline might be too close.  We’re formulating backup plans.
  • Project:  Randonee ride and party with Melinda Lyon for the New England Randonneurs.  She contacted me about having a post-season ride and party at the Ride Studio Cafe.  I hope she decides to do it.
  • Graphic Design:  Rando diorama:  cool thing for Ride Studio Cafe.  This is a fun project – no time for fun.  It’ll be a rotating – monthly or so – display of what’s happening at the Studio.
  • Quote:  “Were you to live three thousand years, or even thirty thousand, remember that the sole life which a man can lose is that which he is living at the moment;  and furthermore, that he can have no other life except the one he loses.”  – Marcus Aurelius

 

 

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