I am a perfectionist. What’s worse, I’m the sort of perfectionist that really should know better. The title here is a reference to a well-attested, old phrase: “The perfect is the enemy of good.” It’s a phrase that’s been used in countless variations. Its basic message is simple. If you always wait until something is perfect, it will never, ever be finished. You might have done something good, but won’t. Because it’s never good enough.
For more than two years, the only thing served from this domain was a single statement, occasioned by my receipt of some legal documents from Google. That statement is preserved, more or less in its original form, below.