tap water power!

no batteries

Ok, I could­n’t help myself.
I found some­thing total­ly cool for $12. and it’s use­ful, not always the case for me. This crazy lit­tle clock which you can find at: http://www.realgoods.com runs on a tiny bit of water. One fill lasts it about two months. Great for places where you can’t expect to get enough light to charge a solar battery.

Size: 1.5“H x 3“W x 3.4“D

moment of indecision

decisions decisions

This is just a moment of inde­ci­sion. While wan­der­ing around our old stu­dio tak­ing some pho­tographs of col­or spaces I came upon this moment. Think­ing… do I take the pho­to­graph of this moment or do I pick up the water­ing can and begin water­ing the plants?
Using some of the tools we use to dia­gram the deci­sion mak­ing process for work­flow solu­tions I began a quick sketch using Omn­i­graf­fle Pro.

Inde­ci­sion In‘de*ci“sion, n. [Pref. in- not + deci­sion: cf. F.
Lack of deci­sion; lack of set­tled pur­pose, or of firmness;
inde­ter­mi­na­tion; waver­ing of mind; irres­o­lu­tion; vacillation;
[1913 Webster]