Howdy, πŸ‘‹ I’m Artur.

I write about the global consciousness that is the Internet and I help build online businesses at Tumblr and WordPress.com

Both Software Engineer and Psychologist by education, I dive deep into second-order consequences of connecting everybody and everything to the same network

As my day job, I help build online businesses at Tumblr & WordPress.com. Both a psychologist and a computer scientist by education, I created this site to explore how global consciousness reshapes society, economy, labor, and art. I focus on:

  • Helping to create a healthy economy in the magical land of the Internet,
  • Channeling the power of technology, capitalism and human creativity towards sustainable stewardship for our planet and other species,
  • Making Remote Work work, so you get to find a fulfilling vocation regardless of where you’re born.

My best essays

Deliberate guides

  1. Deliberate guide to getting hired for a great remote job
  2. Win at Slack: Free 5-day Effective Communication Bootcamp
  3. Collection of my Roam Research hacks and explorations

Reach out on Twitter!

I’m publishing my new thoughts and analysis on Twitter. Don’t be afraid to reach out!

Latest Essays

What I’m working on

  1. As my remote β€˜day jobβ€˜ I am unlocking the economic potential of content creators and small businesses – I founded the β€˜Earn’ team of WordPress.com. I am confident, that helping creators foster an economic relationship with their audience can help battle the fake news epidemic and reduce inequalities,
  2. After getting masters’ degrees in both Computer Science and Psychology, I am confident that the integration of people and networks will be a fascinating dance and we have only heard the first notes.
  3. Warsaw, Poland is my home. I work remotely (with my wife) for a Silicon Valley company – WordPress.com. Inspired by remote work allowing everyone to participate in the amazing global economy, I started writing about getting hired remotely and challenges of telecommuting

Few of my personal beliefs

  • It’s better to squeeze more life into your years than years into your life. You can read my bucketlist on this site,
  • The world is not a zero-sum game and we’re all in this together
  • People are collections algorithms. If you want to shape behavior, you can either work on incentives (inputs) or beliefs (‘code’),
  • There really are no adults in life, only older kids.
  • It’s better to be kind than respected, but it’s even better to be helpful than kind