I got a new MacBook Pro recently which means that I needed a new sticker. Of course, I went back to Etsy and found another Saitama decal via One Punch Man.
The current series on Dilbert around a “new mobile phone” are cracking me up:
In a world where accessibility is simple and easy it’s very powerful to head in the opposite direction.
More specifically, it’s just insane that anyone, anytime, anywhere can ping you via 1,000 different systems or tools or apps with the click of a button.
More of us would say the exact same about how we’ve not only succeeded but are still alive today. Sometimes I look at my own three kids and I wonder how they are still here…
Someone asked a really good and penetrating question on a forum that I participate in and I thought I’d share my response here on my blog.
The question was:
I’ve shared my thoughts about Medium before and I’m still a fan of any publishing system (I even built an app for it) that allows people to capture their thoughts and then share them with the world.
In that way, I’m publisher / platform agnostic, in most ways.
A quick look at my task list as it stood for a brief moment:
I’ve written often about how much of life is a marathon, not a sprint. It’s about the long-game, it’s about how you get up each morning and work as hard as you can with the time that you have and you do not worry so much about the end result.
I’m finding a lot more truth via Friedrich Nietzsche these days as it relates to bitcoin and blockchain technologies.
For instance, this quote resonated with me deeply:
People who once called themselves the “Moral Majority” are now seemingly willing to vote for anyone, however immoral, who supports their political positions.
And then this: