“Foundation” tells story of an organization of scientists who study psychohistory: the science of forecasting the future.
Learn how to stop falling for bullshit by understanding the secret artistry of BS masters. A no-nonsense book that makes the complexities of human psychology simple and approachable.
Once you start to view the internet as a game, it's hard to look at it any other way. Let's have some fun.
I traded my morning scrolling habit for something healthier: the Morning Brew, a daily email newsletter that makes reading the news more fun.
Getting Things Done by David Allen is a foundational book for anyone interested in practicing productivity.
Email newsletters are experiencing a renaissance in 2021, but there's one problem: I don't like email! So I use Feedbin, which lets me read email newsletters in RSS reading apps.
It's easier to imitate than it is to innovate — Zero to One by Peter Thiel is about invention.
Ben Thompson's Stratechery is the original paid newsletter, and it's only gotten better with time.
"Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Source Software" is a fascinating exploration into the world of open source software.
In "Propaganda", Edward Bernays — who also happens to be Sigmund Freud's nephew — defines the entire field of influence.
"Hallucination Theory" provides a framework for interpreting the incredible variety of life's experiences — no drugs required.
Frank Herbert's epic tale combines the mythology and magic of The Lord of the Rings with the technology and spirituality of Star Wars.