In this (occasionally tongue-in-cheek) episode of the podcast, Mike and Joshua talk about the great “Sedgwick Mobile Internet Crisis of 2021,” and how dependence on technology and infrastructure can become crippling when those rickety structures are knocked away. They discuss the concept of “resilience,” how broadening a “good,” broad skillset is more valuable than being “great” at just one thing, and how hand tools like the axe have value far beyond use in a zombie apocalypse.
- Issue Eleven
- The First Three Issues article on Skip Brack and the Liberty Tool Co.
- The Resilient Farm and Homestead by Ben Falk
- The Mortise & Tenon Apprenticeship Program