Chaucer wrote “He laid upon me his hands, breath and eyes. In return, I give my everlasting thanks.” Words written mere millennia ago come alive in our everyday. Tip for a shoe shine or a hearty handshake for pushing us out of the way of a speeding bullet car. Holding a door open for a war veteran on their way to a ticker tape parade. A firm and slow pat on the buttocks to show just how much after school tutoring means. A set of fine china for the fireman from the city that doesn’t know how to say I love you with its mouth. A golden pistol to stop hunger. Thus, Minutiæ presents a compilation of journalism, reporting, art and words that catapult the notions of society into the stratosphere before gently bringing it back into the mind of the everyman.