3 responses to Archive

  1. Hi Ryan,

    going back through these archives has been fascinating and (in)valuable (and I’m only just now through 2007).

    I figured that if I wanted to learn from you, the best place to start was the beginning, so here I am.

    Thank you for always sharing in such thoughtful, open and challenging ways – it means that your work from 7 years ago is still able to impact me and guide me now. To join you, retrospectively, in parts of your journey… to be guided to powerful books, philosophies, attitudes and insights as you learned them – rather than simply being overwhelmed by the work-in-progress of where (and who) you are now.

    I know you don’t seek praise, but this is to acknowledge you, your work and the impact it has had on me. I am truly grateful and keen to continue the journey. A definite advantage of the digital age, to learn and be influenced both across time and space from those we otherwise would never have had the chance.

    Thanks Ryan, I eagerly read on and wish you the best in all things.

    Deo volente

  2. hey ryan, whats your opinion on George RR Martin’s song of ice and fire series?

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