John Saddington

trying to win the internet.


Lower Costs

As we begin to scale out our operations on my small project that has become a bit larger than I thought (and with such speed!), we’re starting to think through not just the what but the who.

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On Intelligence

There is very little real balance in life and the ideas of “work-life balance” are so terribly limited and broken that I’ve long-since used that aphoristic phrase for anything useful. Rather, life is much more about managing tension than anything else, a rubber band ball really.

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Jack Ma

I love this original sales pitch via Jack Ma back in 1999; although short, it’s completely inspiring:

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The Perfect Job

The perfect job is less about the job, itself, and more about your ability to control and manage your most precious resource, which is time:

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On Becoming Antifragile

Antifragility is an interesting concept and one that I’ve become much more interested in over the years since it was first coined:

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via kottke: Maxwell King, the former director of the Fred Rogers Center and author of the forthcoming book The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers, shared an excerpt of the book with The Atlantic about how much attention Rogers paid to how children would hear the language on the show. For instance, he changed the […]

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Glen Canyon Park

There’s a neat park and trail near our house that is as picturesque as it gets. Arden and I went for a hike yesterday and it was glorious:

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Tweetbot 3 for Twitter

I’ve been using Tweetbot for a loooooong time. Both the macOS and iOS versions are, in my humble opinion, the best Twitter clients available today.

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