Things We Make

You’ve been tapping your chin for ten minutes.

Deep in thought, you’ve barely moved while you’ve studied the problem in front of you. There’s a solution to this conundrum and it’s probably an easy one but you’ll have to dig for it. It might even be right in front of you – or maybe, as in the new book “The Things We Make” by Bill Hammack, Ph.D., the fix is in your hand.

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