Ever since I was about 10, I’ve always had access to the internet. It started with America Online. That mechanical, digital ruckus signaled the connection to the rest of the world was complete and I had access to nearly anything. Fast forward to today, and my use of the web is more abundant than ever. […]
People have three options for how they feel about their work: either they love it, they hate it, or they tolerate. I would expect that if you plotte this out, it would be a bell curve (or normally distributed curve for you nerdy types). Most of the people are going to be in the middle […]
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Welcome to Engineering the Uncommon. My name is Taylor and I'm on a mission to do something different with my life. I'm an engineer, a writer, and all around polymath. I write about topics that interest me as well as ways to live consciously, deliberately, awesomely, and without limitations. Spend some time checking out the content and please feel free to contact me through, email, Twitter, or Google+.