7 interesting things I found on the internet this week (03.28 to 04.03)

Derek Sivers‘ webpage. I find Derek’s personality and approach to business and life completely aligned to mine. nownownow.com. Derek also started a movement where one’s current focus is publicly stated. Others have taken it further declaring that anything outside of this will not receive attention. Nownownow.com shows a list of bloggers that have implemented this. A good way […]

what did I learn from 1 month of blogging? monthly summary – march 2016

The first month of this blog is over, and this is what I learned: posting something relevant on a daily basis is harder than I expected writing a 100 word post is more difficult than writing a 500 word post tagging and categorizing should not be taken lightly there is a lot of opportunity to streamline my creative process […]

weekly summary 03.21 to 03.27

blogging: starting to develop a SEO strategy and streamline the management of the blog. Also published 3 new entries besides last week’s summary: what are smart creatives? Book review: How Google works, by Eric Schmidt. A decent read that became a good personal investment thanks to the concept of smart creatives. my tech setup. Creating focus by giving specific […]

my top 10 podcasts

Podcasts have become a key channel in my information intake process. They are a perfect way to consume information while working out, driving, and even when trying to fall sleep. I keep two lists, one of podcasts that I subscribe to (and for the most part listen to every episode), and another with podcasts I […]

my tech setup. Creating focus by giving specific purpose to devices

By segregating my devices’ duties I am able to focus on the task at hand, and use the best tools for the right job. As a tech enthusiast, I have always tended to have more devices than I need. However, as I become more deliberate on what I engage in order to narrow and increase […]

what are smart creatives? Book review: How Google works

 – Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg –  How Google works is an inside view of Google’s key practices on talent (from interview to retention), collaboration and decision making. In general, a good read with quotable anecdotes used to illustrate the key points. For me, most of the content was not groundbreaking or eye-opening. However, the […]

weekly summary 03.14 to 03.20

blogging: continue to explore the content creation process and stick to a schedule, which has proven difficult given my current schedule. Starting to collect information and learn SEO. Also published 4 new entries besides last week’s summary: what is the difference between AlphaGo and the first time a grandmaster was defeated at chess by a computer?, which is […]