This is a fascinating look at how one man has demonstrated that he can lift a 22,000 lbs concrete pillar upright and move a barn over 300 ft on his own just using a few basic elements (and no modern technology at all). [via jk]

Stuff like this is so inspirational. It encourages you to look at what you’ve got, where you want to go, and give it a try. Chances are you can do it if you embrace the constraints and force yourself into a creative solution. It reminds me of Theodore Roosevelt’s famous quote: “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.”