In Deliberate Internet 27 I focus on the new wave of note-taking apps and explain why they are all sprouting now.
In Deliberate Internet 28, we chat about why Strasbourg is better than Paris, why human genes are getting renamed and where to source good startup ideas.
In the 27th issue of the Deliberate Internet, I explore remote worker’s identities, happiness, and the platonic fold of Windsurfing.
The most prolific polymaths all have a list of topics to explore. More about curiosity lists in Deliberate Internet #26.
In the 25th issue of Deliberate Internet, I explain how to record your own podcast and what would Darwin say about it (although I didn’t ask him).
Trees can teach us a lot about the compounding nature of success, perseverance, and how Internet rewards taking multiple shots. All about the trees on the Internet in the 24th edition of Deliberate Internet.
Helping out a non-profit can add meaning, purpose and new friends to your life, as well as help you learn.
Here are the things you should watch out for.
Most people, myself included, only contact support if there’s absolutely no other way to get something done. Most of us are polite and friendly for every few dozen polite customers, there’s always the one way past their boiling point.
Sitting all day uses your mental energy, but let’s be honest – you are not moving much. Your exhaustion is mental, even though it feels the same way as physical. The movement generated energy that helped us keep focus, improved learning, and enhanced the attention.
Remote work is exciting, gives plenty of options and lets us live the way we want. But how about the climat crisis? Since I fly so often isn’t a grand vision of remote work saving the environment just a hypocrisy?