I've taken a recent liking to manifestos. Full of motivation, inspiration and opportunistic use of cool typography. Lululemon's is famous. Holstee's is a new favorite of mine. The Communists have one. So do hackers, Surrealists and, you know, our Founding Fathers.


man·i·fes·to/ˌmanəˈfestō/ n.

A public declaration of the intentions, motives, opinions or objectives of the issuer, be it an individual, group, political party of government. It is often political in nature, but may represent an individual's life stance.

Intentions. Motives. Views....

Since I'm no a Communist, Surrealist, hacker or Founding Father, I guess I need my own manifesto. One that clarifies my vision, changes with my progress and states my goals.

And so, volume one. My manifesto for Fall 2012, in the face of much change, new opportunity and an ever evolving world view.