STEP 1: Sign up for the weekly newsletter

STEP 2: Review our primer on tactics for nurturing your curiosity (will be sent with Issue #1, thereafter on sign up).

STEP 3: Revisit this site on occasion for the latest books, research and other resources to continue developing your curiosity (updates will be noted at end of newsletter).

Every Wednesday take a mid-week break and find some time to wonder with questions exploring a who, what, when, where, why, and how.

“When MacArthur speaks, it’s like listening to connections being made: instantaneous and (seemingly) extraneous ideas and people all link in his mind…For him, knowing information isn’t enough. You have to know how and where to share it”. 
– – Halifax Magazine “The Open Secret” – May 2012

Your Curious Curator

Essentially, I’ve missed having a space to share ideas.
While that quote is (somehow) 12 years old now, it’s only become truer.

I also missed doing.
In recent years, I went from a serious personal issue that was all consuming right into a global pandemic.
Essentially half a decade that felt like life on pause.

Back in 2012, I was involved in the music scene, a co-working space, consulting – making and trying things on a daily basis.

I want to recapture some of that doing. And I want to share some of ideas and people I continue to discover, but also how and why I continue to discover: hence this site and newsletter.

The Newsletter

The newsletter is built around the W5 questions:
Who, What, When, Where, Why, (and How).

Every Wednesday I’ll share at least one link under each question. Some weeks there will be threads that run through questions.

Links will cover everything from arts to science, the infinite to the personal – and certainly the completely random.

Each issue will also include some curious numbers, street art, and quotes.