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I write about

  • Remote Work and how it allows for better work-life balance, and enables everybody to participate in the global economy regardless of birthplace
  • Solarpunk, and how we can channel the power of technology, capitalism and human creativity towards sustainable stewardship for our planet and other species,
  • Helping to create a healthy economy in the magical land of the Internet,
  • Marrying Psychology with Technology in a sustainable way.

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    Get ahead by not shooting yourself in the foot

    There is plenty of traps and hidden dangers in life. But sometimes, people are so hell-bent on making an obvious blunder and shooting themselves in the foot that it’s tough to explain rationally because it is not.

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  • Alexander von Humboldt: the first Solarpunk

    Alexander von Humboldt: the first Solarpunk

    Humbolt was captivated by lush nature but loved humanity and the new technological developments. He believed that if we understand Nature and the laws governing her, we can create a sustainable future. He was the first Solarpunk and here are his ideas

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  • Farmers always Worked From Home

    Farmers always Worked From Home

    Farmers effectively work from home, and in the past majority of the population was farming. What can they teach us about Work-Life Balance?

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