I tend to overspend time and attention when learning something new. When I start to explore a new problem space, I often find myself spending days or weeks taking courses, reading, watching videos, etc. This feels productive but it often isn’t. I may consume the information, but I don’t absorb the knowledge. Often, I miss…
Today my Mom would have turned sixty-six. Last year I started a personal tradition on her birthday.
Through reading the classics and getting acquainted to the wisdom of the past, we develop the ability to think more freely. Moreover, we can refrain from the pressure and temptations from mindlessly following the opinions of the masses. Education for Humans: The Lasting Value of the Liberal Arts – A Life of Virtue: Philosophy as…
Seneca: A Stoic Life One of the things I admire about the Stoic philosophers is that they embodied the wisdom that they preached. Seneca, one of the … A Stoic Approach to Fear
Continuing to improve the structure of the Extended Collection.
A week before she died my mother mailed me a holiday card with a gift card to our favorite breakfast spot. I know lots of folks think gift cards are low effort presents, but for us every gift card carried with it an intension: “Let’s go there together”.
My first visit to Hyperbolica in VR was one of the most surreal experiences I’ve had so far. Here are a few things I found.
I just pushed an updated version of the Extended Collection website to the server. Here is a short recap of what has changed.
With the weather starting to warm up I’m seeing more cats on my daily walks.
Move over GitHub contributions graph, I have a new chart to obsess over. I use Jetpack with my WordPress site to add some features and gather some stats. Today I noticed this gem of a chart in the WordPress.com “Stats and Insights” section. I’m going to try to be more consistent about posting thoughts and…
Covering Labs 021- 026 and the new User Locomotion Settings.
User Locomotion Settings Combining what I learned in Labs 024 and 025.