The Case For Working With Your Hands by Madeleine Gillman on...
Summary "To Be Of Use" The drive to do useful work. Getting stuck in routine. Ethos TheCaseForWorkingWithYourHands Social Acceptance Push of college attendance.
The case for working with your hands, by Matthew Crawford
Office work on the other hand is usually more nebulous. The results of our work aren’t particularly obvious, success or failure is more arbitrary, and that leaves people unsure where they stand.
The Case for Working With Your Hands – NYTimes.com
As I worked my way back out onto the main road and found the right direction to take, I broke and re-fixed several ancillary features, wandered off path myself a few times, and spent a lot of time pondering the variables involved and how they interact. The resulting design is proving to be more malleable and.