How can computers help us be better at remembering things — without having to wear a camera on our face?
“People describe NFTs as similar to fancy watches, but you can’t become a Rolex.”
it turns out that writing in lowercase makes it more fun.
A primer on the future of typography, typesetting, and why details matter.
This group of innovators and polymaths is going beyond self-actualization by creating cultural relics designed to stand the test of time.
“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.
This invitation-only, blockchain-based publishing platform is enabling new business models for writers by giving power to the people.
A good notebook is reliable, simple, and durable. The Baronfig Confidant is all of that — and it has style, too.
Basic Attention Token is a cryptocurrency that's about more than just about the money — it's also about where the money goes.
Getting Things Done by David Allen is a foundational book for anyone interested in practicing productivity.
NetNewsWire is a light, quick, and reliable app for reading RSS feeds. It can sync with Feedbin, recently added built-in iCloud sync, and it's completely free.
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.
RSS is the original newsfeed. There are no algorithms, no trending sections, no pop-up ads: just pure, organic information. What's old is what's next.
Brave makes surfing the internet fun again. It's time to ditch Google Chrome.
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.
Art was seemingly left behind during the internet revolution — but Non-Fungible Tokens are here to change that. What Bitcoin is to currency, NFTs are for collecting.
In "Propaganda", Edward Bernays — who also happens to be Sigmund Freud's nephew — defines the entire field of influence.
Found something cool online but don't have a chance to read or watch or listen right away? Just save it to Instapaper.
"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.