Seth’s Blog: The myth of preparation…

I’m all for expertise. Experts, people who push through and make something stunning—we need more of them. But let’s be honest, if you’re not in the habit of being an expert, it’s unlikely your current mode of operation is going to change that any time soon.

Go, give a speech. Go, start a blog. Go, ship that thing that you’ve been hiding. Begin, begin, begin and then improve. Being a novice is way overrated.

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4 responses on “Seth’s Blog: The myth of preparation”

  1. Khurt, I have just purchased a time capsule, I have similar setup to yours, however, when Installed TC the Airport utility that was installed was, 5.5. This new version does not have a WDS tab, the app. does appears to be the same in all other functions. How do you set up a WDS network with out a WDS tab?

  2. this is an amazing set up. currently im a college student, love computers and gadgets, and i own my first DSLR and i absolutely love it, it is sick. D300, with a 8-55mm Zoom-NIKKOR VR Image Stabilization Lens and a AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED perfect for newbies, and cant wait to push it to the limit and see what it can do. how can i find a photography club such as the one you mentioned on the ISO advantage article?

    1. Carlos,
      Thanks. It took 5 years (and severe budgeting) to get that stuff pulled together.

      The D300 is awesome camera. As my photography skills develop I may upgrade from my D40 (assuming micro 4/3 format does not kill the DSLR).

      I found some local photo clubs through There is a club for every experience level and photography style.

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