High Tech, Low Tech

I wasn’t kidding last week about treasuring the back-of-the-envelope calculations I grabbed from my grandfather’s things partly because I still do it myself, no matter how high-tech I get:

A piece of cardboard covered in handwritten calculations, on top of which rest a 10-key pad, and Apple mouse, and a blue pen.

That was at a client’s site. At home, I keep it a little more fun:

A stack of books on top of a set of two wooden drawers, all supporting a flatscreen monitor. On the drawers and books there are a variety of colorful business cards small figurines.


Illustration of an analog numeric typewriter, superimposed on a paper chart of printed numbers.

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