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So you made a mistake | Geek Feminism Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
So, you made a mistake. You gave a porny presentation at a technology conference, or you made a sexist blog post, or you organized a conference with 0.00% female speakers. And, you got called out on it. What can you do?
life  tips 
october 2017 by deusx
Seth's Blog: What will you do with your surplus?
If you're not drowning, you're a lifeguard.
life 
october 2017 by deusx
Alex Payne — Letter To A Young Programmer Considering A Startup
Maybe your goal is best met by building a stable yet undemanding career that leaves plenty of time for family, friends, community, and self improvement.
self  career  life  advice  business  startups 
may 2013 by deusx
Understand How It Works - Martin Rue
If you simply remember how to do something, then all you can do is use it the same way over and over, but if you understand how it works, you can reason about it. Once you can reason about something in your mind you can contemplate why it is the way it is, you can apply your entire creative mind to making the most of it, and you can implement and question improvement – you own it intellectually.
to:fb  diy  make  learning  life 
may 2013 by deusx
Everything I (currently) know about starting and keeping habits in one long manifesto | Way of the Duck by Buster Benson
A habit decision is my made-up term for a sentence you write that describes a change in behavior that you intend on applying to yourself. If we were computers, this would be the script you ran on yourself to change yourself in some real way.
habits  personal  decisions  life 
march 2013 by deusx
my personal noise, 7 years @ Mozilla
I’m going to go and work with people who make Mozilla not just a job, who have made this my home for 7 years, and who are as passionate about Mozilla & the Open Web as I am.
mozilla  webdev  mrz  job  life  career 
march 2013 by deusx
Work-from-home Wednesdays — The Connected Company — Medium
I’d be surprised if a policy like this didn’t make teams more productive. I’m going to try it.
to:fb  work  productivity  life 
november 2012 by deusx
Nick Bradbury: Old Farts Know How to Code
"Old farts" are often excluded from that culture, not because we're lousy coders but because we won't put up with that shit. We have lives, we have families, we have other things that are important to us. We're not about to sleep at our desks and trade watching our kids grow up for the promise of striking it rich. Especially when the people who really strike it rich aren't the ones writing code.
coding  programming  life  work  career  shit  to:fb 
may 2012 by deusx
Bring back the 40-hour work week - Salon.com
Robinson writes: “If they came to work that drunk, we’d fire them — we’d rightly see them as a manifest risk to our enterprise, our data, our capital equipment, us and themselves. But we don’t think twice about making an equivalent level of sleep deprivation a condition of continued employment.”
work  hours  psychology  productivity  life  health 
march 2012 by deusx
Watch a VC use my name to sell a con. | jwz
He's telling you the story of, "If you bust your ass and don't sleep, you'll get rich" because the only way that people in his line of work get richer is if young, poorly-socialized, naive geniuses believe that story! Without those coat-tails to ride, VCs might have to work for a living. Once that kid burns out, they'll just slot a new one in.
work  life  startups  business  jwz  vc 
november 2011 by deusx
The 'mysterious' whale graveyard discovered in a desert - The Week
Scientists play detective after 20 "perfectly intact skeletons" of ancient sea mammals are found thousands of feet away from the Pacific Ocean
whales  ocean  animals  life 
november 2011 by deusx
You're a developer, so why do you work for someone else? - Intermittent Intelligence
As a developer, you are sitting on a goldmine. Do you even realize it? No, seriously, a @#$% goldmine!

Never in modern history has it been so easy to create something from scratch, with little or no capital and a marketing model that is limited only by your imagination.
tech  work  life  jobs 
november 2011 by deusx
NASA says we've been looking for Martian life in all the wrong places
Don't worry—if we do find evidence of Martians, it will still be on Mars, we'll probably just have to dig a little deeper to find it. A new NASA study has concluded that if life ever thrived on the Red Planet, it probably did so underground, just below the planet's surface. In other words, life...
space  mars  life 
november 2011 by deusx
Your Third Religion
"This devotion to an idea is one of the amazing things about being human, but you're not much good to the rest of us until you're on to your 3rd."
religion  ideas  life  from google
october 2011 by deusx
MultiBasing revisited
"If you aren’t familiar with MultiBasing you can read more about it on my wiki. It’s a term I coined a few years back to try and describe a lifestyle that a few friends and I were increasingly inching towards where rather than living in one single place, we frequently traveled between several global locations, all of which were home in one way or another. In an essence we had multiple bases. Initially there was a lot of discussion about how to enable more of this but over the years it’s become more of a descriptive term for things we were already doing. Some more than others of course."
multibasing  travel  life  from delicious
june 2010 by deusx
Op-Ed Contributor - Put a Little Science in Your Life - Op-Ed - NYTimes.com
"Science is a way of life. Science is a perspective. Science is the process that takes us from confusion to understanding in a manner that’s precise, predictive and reliable — a transformation, for those lucky enough to experience it, that is empoweri
science  life  philosophy 
june 2008 by deusx
Anatomy of a ‘Blogging will kill you’ story: Why I didn’t make the cut | Between the Lines | ZDNet.com
"If you’re stressed out over 5,000 RSS feeds chances are good you’d be stressed by any profession you chose."
blogging  writing  stress  work  life 
april 2008 by deusx
Up With Grups - The Ascendant Breed of Grown-Ups Who Are Redefining Adulthood -- New York Magazine
"It’s about reimagining adulthood as a period defined by promise, rather than compromise. And who can’t relate to that?"
work  life  career  adulthood  growingup 
march 2008 by deusx
Keeping It Simple
"My business plan is: 1. Create high-quality content. 2. Tell people about it. 3. Profit."
writing  personalgrowth  life  philosophy  simplicity 
march 2008 by deusx
Notional Slurry » There are exactly two ways: one, and many
"So a generalist pays the rent, in the end, by having a reputation (social capital) and a wide-ranging interest (intellectual capital) and trading those for money."
life  work  career 
march 2008 by deusx
The Advantages of Closing a Few Doors - New York Times
"Xiang Yu was a Chinese general in the third century B.C. who took his troops across the Yangtze River into enemy territory and performed an experiment in decision making. He crushed his troops’ cooking pots and burned their ships."
options  decisionmaking  life 
march 2008 by deusx
Psychology Today: The Call of Solitude
"That is the real message of alonetime, and it is through that profound self-awareness, that inner aloneness, that our lives will flower."
solitude  alonetime  psychology  life 
january 2008 by deusx
How to Quit a Bad Habit by Answering Four Power Questions
"You never simply quit something, you do something else instead."
habits  life 
november 2007 by deusx
SuicideGirls > News > Geek > Wil Wheaton's Geek in Review: A Mind Forever Voyaging
"I think of my time as a valuable currency that must be earned by anyone who wants me to exchange it for whatever they’re selling."
ifiction  gaming  movies  life  halo  bustywomen  textadventures 
november 2007 by deusx
Survey: Men Happiest With Smart Wives - Living Now on The Huffington Post
"Men in search of true happiness should steer clear of bimbos and dumb blondes: research shows men are happiest if they marry smart women."
happiness  marriage  life 
july 2007 by deusx
Skip the Coffee? What’s Money for, Anyway? - New York Times
"A happier life calls for a little grasshopper with your ant."
finance  money  budget  starbucks  life 
october 2006 by deusx
Are you experienced? - Times 2 - Times Online
"Since we already know that a fat bank balance or a Porsche is not the key to happiness, we are searching elsewhere for fulfilment"
economy  life 
february 2006 by deusx
THE WORLD QUESTION CENTER 2006 - KEITH DEVLIN - We are entirely alone
"The fact that our existence has no purpose outside that existence is completely irrelevant to the way we live our lives, since we are inside our existence."
edge  philosophy  life 
january 2006 by deusx
Ripples: post-corporate adventures: Life-changing moments...
"When the door to a new business opportunity opens, some fortunate people seem to step through it easily and pick up a new life on the other side."
business  life  decisions 
august 2005 by deusx
The New Yorker: Fact - DEVOLUTION - Why intelligent design isn’t.
"In the nearly ten years since the publication of Behe’s book, by contrast, I.D. has inspired no nontrivial experiments and has provided no surprising insights into biology."
creationism  darwin  evolution  life  religion  science  politics 
may 2005 by deusx
Koranteng's Toli: Lights Out
"So last night, right around 11:30pm, a big power surge rippled through your mid-Cambridge neighbourhood."
life 
april 2005 by deusx
Ripples: post-corporate adventures: The comfort zone - how it can trap you
"Use the relative quiet of the comfort zone to get organized for the next big push toward your ultimate goal."
life  business 
april 2005 by deusx

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