If you were the organizer of a small group event, how would you respond to someone who opens with "hey guys..." and then describes something later as "sexy"?
I don't want to alienate someone who is likely well meaning, but I also don't especially want to have an environment that I am organizing be one where these words are common.
Fun watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZS_zFg4w5k
"Turing machines explained visually"
Saw this track via Devine on Twitter...here's another version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2USHWOxfr8k&t=495s
the first drop is so fun
I love finding old projects like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RA0VTLzTUQ
After moving in and out of different things like workflowy, gdocs, dayone, notion, slack, discord, trello...I've been increasingly using just .txt and .csv files for the past half year or so.
Especially if it's just me working on my own, the benefits of any service aren't outweighed by the cost of later having to extricate myself from some startup's proprietary system.
An NYC tour inside of a Tom Clancy game...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YMBwGYx26b0
Friday night math fun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mcal5Cy7r4E
"Helping Machines (and People) Think Clearly about Shape"
"...to be intuitive, to notice other people, to make big and small decisions. I went through mild depression and severe fatigue and embarrassing obsessions and strange diets and simplistic new age thinking. It's a long and ugly road, and most of us have to walk it, or something like it, to begin to be free."
"The main thing I was doing during those years was de-institutionalizing myself, learning to navigate the hours of the day and the thoughts in my head with no teacher or boss telling me what to do. I had to learn to relax without getting lethargic, to never put off washing the dishes, to balance the needs of the present and the future, to have spontaneous fun but avoid addiction..."
" It could take months, if you're lucky, or more likely years, before you can build up the life inside you to an intensity where it can drive projects that you actually enjoy and finish, and then it will take more time before you build up enough skill that other people recognize your actions as valuable."
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