calculus for nomads

The nomad's life is exhausting—not to mention expensive, and at a certain point, people start to think you're a little nuts—and I needed a more reliable method of determining my next move. So I wrote a formula: an algorithm based in reliable science and not at all on anecdotal evidence based on a sample size of one, designed to guarantee my happiness on the next perch where I alight.

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idiot box

I was five before anyone noticed that I couldn't see past my own feet. In hindsight, much of my peculiar behavior up to that point could be chalked up to my near-blindness: the way I stared at the ground when I walked and held books inches from my face to read them and how I… Continue reading idiot box