Archive for October, 2013


From 20 years of rolling with an 18-inch roller comes this working fixed-width prototype to improve 13 areas in roller frame design and user experience. Unique end-construction features were intentionally omitted in the photo. The materials are less important to the function of the design although light-weight is preferred. The presentation seen here speaks a little about the design. The CROSSBOW design is one of several frame designs and addresses all known annoyances and limitations in current frame designs and adds new features and capabilities. Serious inquiries only.

The Complicated Nature of INTJs Explained to Normal People.

In the day and age where everyone wants to be classified in some personality type, there exists an especially obscure type sitting in the oddest most abstract of corners, the INTJ. Attempting to understand these rare abstract thinkers – the computer programmer, physicist, mathematician, and philosopher – is like trying to study the mating rituals of three-toed sloths at your local zoo. The following is a linear analysis to give ourselves the deepest possible understanding of these eccentric characters.

Generally, determining if you have this temperament type is easily shown by answering this question:

You walk into a room and see a picture hanging crooked. You…