Wednesday, 02/10/2021

21:09 today and some more articles

i found my groove and started being productive today. it's funny how much a small thing - the throbbing pain from my jaw – can cause such a serious collapse of effort.

stop consuming and startp roducing.

don't read everything about what you want to know; read just a bit, then try something yourself. find a good book. read the book. read about open problems. design and finish a project. retrospective on the project!

limit the amount of time you spend entertaining ne ideas; it's distracting. just evaluate how much you're learning!!! level it up with a learning buddy - someone to hold you accountable for your work.

role models time estimates in articles: good! good to find out what's possible to do in a lifetime that we don't necc. see

brett victor

hundred rabbits:

neri oxman: designer and researcher at mit media lab

bryan cantrill OO architecture for open ended innovation. what is this? this is fascinating!

the importance of sleep

i always have to remind myself about this

twitter advice

  1. vc

  2. negotiation

    reservation value
    set to best alternative to negotiated agreement. what do you get if it doesn't happen? allows you to define what you need from the negotiation and indicates when you should walk away. this ensures you find balance and get what you want.
    aspiration value
    most you can ask for. set this to research. you want to be as ambitious as possible.
  3. some other articles excellent article and writing. ' we only hire the trendiest ' basically focus on getting rid of bad things also choose the right problems: this will substantially dominate execution speed though we care too much about productivity, we can convert time into anything else we enjoy or value always get feedback guided exercises or exercises with solutions this is one of my favorite essays make sure to get constant feedback on your work and how you can improve seek to build a network of people who can give you feedback and shoot ideas off to them! it is so valuable! taking feedback and asking questions is the most important thing you can do. just ask people who are better than you at things to evaluate you adn help you out.

    make sure to spend time doing these two things: working on things or looking for feedback on others on them. use the work of others asking for feedback from you for reference on how to iterate on your own projects. do not ask for feedback after fully developing the idea. this is a trap that could lead to many bad distractions