From the Seat of a Bicycle
Have you ever looked at the world and wondered: “What if…?” I have! You could call Scott an artist or an adventure, but he thinks of himself as a work-in-progress. This is Scott’s exploration of life and love as seen from the seat of a bicycle.
Words like adventure, hero and epic have become cliches that have lost their meaning. So unfortunately we can’t say: “I’m a a hero going on an epic adventure,” and be meaningful. So, what exactly is an adventure? And how do we make every day an adventure?
Guidelines to writing an article that will be indexed by search engines and read by audiences. We’ll use this article itself as a kind of how-to template.
The three magical steps This is based on an ancient Celtic magical formula that I discovered while traveling around the world on a bicycle. I
What is the Better Survival Strategy: Cooperation or Competition In this article, I will attempt to explain one of the modern problems of the United
Is it true that the only people who achieve great things are the ones who take risks and reach for the impossible. Is that what it means to be a hero?
I was riding my bicycle thinking I was improving my health. Then I noticed that the weeds along the fence were being poisoned with herbicide.
This rain barrel took me about 2 hours to install and cost only $50 USD. The next day there was a huge rainstorm and it filled up in about 10 minutes.
Does anyone describe the philosophy of our roads in one word? Is it efficiency? Is it cost? It appears to me there is no guiding principal. So why not build stuff optimized for what it means to be human? Not only is this street redesign optimized for health and happiness, but it also 2–4 times as safe and energy efficient. These ideas have been rattling around in my head for years, and I’ve finally decided to give them life in this quick sketch.
What better way to have a backyard adventure than to grow a garden? Here is my new “Grow Food NOT Grass” sign that I made
Hercules (/ˈhɜːrkjuliːz, -jə-/) is a Roman hero and god also known in Greek as Heracles. He was the son of Zeus (Roman equivalent Jupiter) and the mortal Alcmene. In classical
10 years later and this is still the most amazing image I have ever seen, the most faraway reaches of our universe ever photographed. In this tiny pinprick of one of the darkest regions of the sky, are 10,000 galaxies.
I’ve always been disturbed that the tree sacrifices itself to a greedy old man—so I rewrote the ending and drew new pictures matching the font and style.