“The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.”~ -Ellen Parr
Paul Wright would like to believe that there is a modern equivalent of a renaissance man, perhaps a 'renaissance person' or 'polymath'. A generalist at heart, he loves to learn about anything he can and is fascinated by the connection between art and science and how some things can be deeply rooted in the old, yet are defiantly new. He believes it is finding areas with that richness of interconnectivity in nature that helps guide our own design principles, giving us insight into things that are the most efficient, natural, and long-lasting.
After graduating with a degree in Physics and a minor in Theatre from the University of Guelph, he travelled through Australia, Asia, and Europe, observing and absorbing everything he could. Realizing that there are few occupations that so lovingly embrace the intersection of creative and technical as web design and development does, Paul latched on four years ago and hasn't looked back.
Always ready to grab a beer and chat about the universe and how everything is related, hit him up with your favourite worldly observations.
- How to markup X? Best approach I've found: * the minimum semantic markup that * would not completely suck without CSS (ttk.me t4Vh6) 11h
- [Github] could have responded to this with same care in which they respond to a service outage.” — @aworkinglibrary, aworkinglibrary.com/writing/legale…” 13h
- “[Github] could have responded to this with same care in which they respond to a service outage.” — @aworkinglibrary, aworkinglibrary.com/writing/legale… 13h
- The joy of music 14h
- Shoot the hostage. 22 Apr
- Blink - Malolm Gladwell
- This Is Your Brain on Music - Daniel Levitin
- On the Road - Jack Kerouac
- Bob Dylan
- Fela Kuti
- The Fiery Furnaces
- David Bromberg
- Charles Mingus - Blues & Roots
- Joshua Redman - MoodSwing
- John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
- A Silver Mt. Zion - Horses In The Sky