You do not have to be good
Words to live by. (From chapter 5 of Keep Going) Mary Oliver has died. I have a friend who used to keep her poem “Wild Geese” folded up in his wallet. It
poetry  life  philosophy 
13 hours ago
Do more with Garageio - IFTTT
Connect Garageio to IFTTT, Email, garageio, Google Sheets, Weather Underground, Zubie, Location, Date & Time, Notifications and more.
car  tech  automation 
2 days ago
Upshift your life with BMW + IFTTT
Take your BMW to the next level with BMW Labs ConnectedDrive + IFTTT.
car  automation 
2 days ago
On Infrastructure at Scale: A Cascading Failure of Distributed Systems
At Target, we run a heterogeneous infrastructure in our datacenters (and many other places), where we have multiple different backend hosting infrastructure for workloads. Most of this is a legacy…
distributed  failure 
6 days ago
Toxic fumes threaten our children. We have to take on the pollution lobby | George Monbiot | Opinion | The Guardian
The growth in emissions is creating a ‘diesel generation’ of unhealthy youngsters, says Guardian columnist George Monbiot
environment  health  policy 
9 days ago
9 ways to customise loops and make them your own | MusicRadar
Don't get stuck in the rut of prefab sampled loops – use our tips and techniques to stamp your musical identity on them
samples  production 
9 days ago
You should’ve asked | Emma
Here is the english version of my now famous "Fallait demander" ; now available as a book with other stories : Orders available here or here or here ^_^ Thanks Una from for the translation :)
feminism  relationships 
12 days ago
How to Do Great Things
If luck is the cause for a person's success, why are so many so lucky time and time again? Learn how to create your own luck by being intelligently prepared.
farnamstreet  success 
12 days ago
​​How I try to organise my life to make me happy – Paul Adams – Medium
​​First though, as I write it’s the 29th December. We’re closing 2018 and about to turn the corner into 2019. I tend to use these moments to reflect on the past and plan for the future. I deeply…
14 days ago
Minimalist Journaling: A Fun and Effective Tool for Tremendous Habit Change
Highly successful people share one common trait that might, at first, surprise you: consistency. Particularly, consistency in taking regular, small actions that, with time, get them to their goals. A…
self  improvement  journal  habits 
14 days ago
How to use spaced repetition with Anki to learn to code faster
Imagine you could speed up your learning and better remember programming fundamentals, techniques, and commands. Today I tell you how to do just that, using spaced repetition and a free open source…
memory  learning  srs  habits 
14 days ago
'Isolator' Equaliser
ESP Audio Projects - Using a continuously variable electronic crossover using state variable filters to create an 'isolator' equaliser.
electronics  audio  hardware  diy 
14 days ago
State Variable Crossover
ESP Audio Projects - Continuously variable electronic crossover using state variable filters.
electronics  audio  hardware  diy 
14 days ago
Brett Brown defends himself and Jimmy Butler | NBC Sports Philadelphia
Great leadership from BB. He has a vision and is working towards it but will also hold himself accountable.
leadership  coaching  basketball 
15 days ago
How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation
I couldn’t figure out why small, straightforward tasks on my to-do list felt so impossible. The answer is both more complex and far simpler than I expected.
stress  burnout  work  society  health  mental  life 
15 days ago
Zucchini Nacho Chips, low carb chips
Zucchini Nacho Chips, low carb chips, healthy chips, Weight Watcher chips, diet chips
primal  recipe 
16 days ago
Sweet Potato Toast With Guacamole
The best part about this sweet potato toast recipe is that it’s ridiculously easy to make. They're golden brown and deliciously crispy. This recipe is perfect to make if you’re doing the Whole30 or you’re simply trying to go grain- and gluten-free.
primal  recipe 
16 days ago
Whole30 Snacks: 30 Easy Recipes to Keep You on Track
From simple snack bites to filling proteins, bookmark these easy Whole30 snacks to keep you on track during the entire 30-day plan.
primal  recipes 
16 days ago
How Not To Be Stupid
Stupidity is overlooking or dismissing conspicuously crucial information. Here are seven situational factors that compromise your cognitive ability and result in increased odds of stupidity.
farnamstreet  mind  thinking  decisions 
18 days ago
The Ultimate Guide to Personal Productivity Methods
The right productivity method can make a huge difference in your work. But where to start?? We’ve put together a comprehensive guide to help you sort out what works for you.
18 days ago
Three drawings I use to explain agile – The Startup – Medium
For the past couple of years, I’ve been coaching product leaders and product teams trying to transform the way a giant organization works. We talk about things like communicating priorities, why…
agile  5star 
18 days ago
Join Analog Social Media - Study Hacks - Cal Newport
A phenomenon I noticed when researching Digital Minimalism is that many people are confused by the creeping unease they feel about their digital lives. This
social  media 
20 days ago
Beat This Episode 18 MELLA DEE - YouTube
early Mella Dee. A lot of haters in the comments, but just a reminder that there will always be haters. Look at where he is now!
music  production  studio 
24 days ago
We Are Witnessing the Future of LeBron James - The Ringer
It took Steph Curry and the Warriors’ era-defining influence to clarify the lengths the King will go to catch up with Michael Jordan’s bulletproof NBA legacy
basketball  nba 
26 days ago
It’s Intermission for the Large Hadron Collider - The New York Times
The largest machine ever built is shutting down for two years of upgrades. Take an immersive tour of the collider with AR and 360° photos.
28 days ago
General Stanley McChrystal Speaks Out On Why We Need To Redefine Leadership | Digital Tonto
What McChrystal realized over his long and storied career is that the primary role of a leader is not to take actions or even to make decisions, but to empower and inspire belief.

That’s why McChrystal defines leadership not as any strictly defined skills or traits, but as “a complex system of relationships between leaders and followers, in a particular context, that provides meaning to its members.” He also urges aspiring leaders to discard old notions of command and control and be...
leadership  networking 
29 days ago
From the Hyperlink to the Stream: Hossein Derakshan’s Critique of the Internet in the Age of Social Media - Study Hacks - Cal Newport
The Six Year Transformation A friend recently pointed me toward an essay published on Medium in 2015. It's written by Hossein Derakshan, a Canadian-Iranian
social  media  internet  facebook 
4 weeks ago
What's actually in Australia's encryption laws? Everything you need to know | ZDNet
The controversial Assistance and Access Bill was 176 pages long, then 67 pages of amendments were rushed through in the final hours of debate. This is what we've ended up with.
security  encryption  government  australia  privacy  law 
4 weeks ago
The Spacing Effect: How to Improve Learning and Maximize Retention
We are not taught how to learn in school, we are taught how to pass tests. The spacing effect is a far more effective way to learn and retain information that works with our brain instead of against it. Find out how to use it here.
learning  memory  farnamstreet 
4 weeks ago
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