Happy New Year – Rubber Meeting the Road and All That

I am loathe to adopt “New Year’s Resolutions”, but in this case, I have to make an exception. The Outbound project, as I see in in my mind’s eye, will only work if it gets out from behind that eye and makes itself real. With that, I am pledging that for the next year, starting with this post, I will average a post a day (minimum) on this Blog, and no less than seven posts a week.

There is too much going on in the space industry to have any excuses not to have anything to write about or to plan forward the human future.

Here’s something useful to check into, to go beyond just trying to motivate myself:

The How To Be A Rocket Scientist blog:


From the About page:

Brett Hoffstadt is an experienced aerospace professional with over 20 years of industry experience and a technical specialization in aerodynamics.  He is a certified Project Management Professional PMP(c) with a strength in projects for innovation and complex engineering systems.  He is also a passionate advocate and champion for greater representation in STEM subjects and careers (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).  More accurately, he advocates ESTEAM: Entrepreneurship, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.  He has also been a trendsetter and creative force in efforts such as 3-d printing, music composing, and crowdfunding.  He has two patents pending for commercial aviation applications.  He also has a personal life with other people and pets that will be left at that.

I’ll chime in later about this recent entry into the discussion of Space Exploration and Exploitation.

One comment

  1. Hello Outbound! Thanks very much for the shout out! I’m very happy to have found you too.
    I look forward to digging into your archives and getting your future updates. Writing a blog post every day looks like a healthy jump from your previous pace…it’s possible and if you have a team, as it appears, that should make it much more manageable. Like you said, it’s an exciting time now for space ventures so there’s no shortage of things to write about.
    Take care and take charge,

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