No New Tools

I couldn’t not link to this. After Strip it Down, I’ve been reconsidering prior assumptions I made about what I value out of some of these tools and who I trust with my trusted system. I thought I was in a place where I had something that worked but the more outside factors there are the more inevitable that something would change in a way that I didn’t want to or wasn’t ready for.

Getting to a place where a toolset is elemental in it’s simplicity and in that reducing the opportunity for system failure is what I’m seeking, and I think limiting myself to a certain set of core tools–and no new ones–is important to that.