Imagine being hired at your dream company. Finally, you move from the current pond limiting your potential to an ocean of new possibilities and challenges. You’d get to learn from the smartest people you ever hoped to meet, and challenge yourself in ways you never thought possible. And yet, after a while, you’d find yourselfContinue reading “Competence is fractal. Plus transgenic trees.”
History is not only written by the winners. It’s also rewritten by people with an agenda. Scholars and experts not only scour past events to highlight their favorite version but also according to their own philosophy of history. The most common are: Great Man Theory – Churchill, Lincoln, Caesar, Charlemagne, Stalin. The greats have disproportionateContinue reading “History is not that Deliberate”
The new sought-after resource will be talent. Cities like Miami are already actively fighting for tax dollars of location independent workers.
In 42nd issue of the Deliberate Internet, we chat about giving actionable advice, and that what you do in your bed is your business, even if that means business.
Bitcoin and Tesla. Yeah, I know – such a tech bro topic, right? I’m only going to mention this to squeeze in “I told you so”. I concluded last week’s Deliberate Internet issue with: Maybe this all will accelerate cryptocurrency adoption similarly to COVID accelerating Remote Work? We’ll see. Turns out Tesla has bought 1.5Continue reading “Bitcoin, Tesla, Bears, and Ducks”
You thought 2021 is going to be an oasis of tranquility compared to the dumpster fire of 2020? After 31 days, there is A LOT to unpack in the events of January 2021, but I’m going to focus on events relating somewhat to the Internet. Keep in mind that this is all fresh and we’llContinue reading “January 2021: GameStop, Parler, censorship, and crypto.”
In Deliberate Internet issue 39, I share the best things I’ve read in 2020.
In 38th issue of the Deliberate Internet, you will find crows, machine-generated poetry, and a little bit about the environment.
This issue of Deliberate Internet is one of those deep dives fueled by curiosity. This time it’s about science journals, Sci-Hub, Open Access, and the ugly underworld of academic publishing.
In the 35th issue of Deliberate we chat about Premium Mediocre vs Hacks and Copenhagen Interpretation of ethics.