The Craftsman asks us to craft our lives with careful attention to detail and not merely float through them.
Oftentimes getting a job done requires the strength and skill of many.
OSHA inspectors have cut down on the number of OSHA visits due to budget cuts, to the point where an average workplace only receives an OSHA visit every 99 years.
Looking at the goodness that was built after 9/11. Three years, one time lapse.
A rickety bridge in Portland is finally being replaced with some engineering magic.
“Dale’s bloody hump ass sprawled in the street is my form of negative advertising: Don’t Hit Mommy.” by Martin Barkley
In a world where anyone can watch fifteen ways to sharpen a hand saw or to build a rail gun, is craftsmanship lost?
Jamie Reidy comments on a New Mexico house built with beer cans.
There are many ways for a man to measure his success as a father. For William Lucas Walker, it came down to whose kids got the coolest treehouse.
Connect all of your childhood toys together with universal adaptor blocks.
“My father was a saw filer for 45 years (keeping everything sharp in a large sawmill), but he was also a good carpenter.”
“I went to college, got my four year degree in 1976, and then realized that it meant nothing in the real world.”
When you gotta go, sometimes you still don’t go.
Last year’s employment gains shouldn’t be interpreted as an end to the threats to male success in the workforce.