i don’t always agree with Peter but he’s spot on about education
Paul Higgins: This is a big issue for something which is seen as a long term investment. As career changes and job changes have become more frequent the value of the initial piece of paper has reduced. I think that value for fundamental skills education with a bit of paper on the end of it will continue to have value. However the rise in “just in time” skills transfer, the creation of all sorts of new jobs in a rapidly changing world, and multiple sources and channels for education are rapidly devaluing the specific skill qualification.
Watching guys surf the pacific coast in a t shirt and it’s almost christmas. Spent last week living on a makeshift vagrant camp/rv park, met a lot of cool kids. Meeting up with stanton for a quincy holiday. Trying to find some quick work, wait out winter. Hit 6000 miles. Oil changed few grand ago. Tires holding strong @ 40 psi.