Coding is 80% thinking, 20% typing. But many resources do it backwards.
I just got back from taking over SXSW with Trustwork. We ran a scavenger hunt with multiple stations giving out free stuff in exchange for user signups. This post is the second of two posts on learnings and observations from that week. Part 1 is here. My intent is to present some personal observations. It... Continue Reading →
I just got back from taking over SXSW with Trustwork. It was an exhausting eight-day marathon, complete with an air mattress in the office, questionable food, and hundreds of rejections a day. I wouldn't want to do it again. Despite all that, it was a fantastic experience, and I'm really glad it happened. For reference... Continue Reading →
I've moved 8 times in the last 6 years. Every time, I somehow manage to package my life into a few boxes, bags, and loose bundles of stuff. Every time, it seems simple at first — looking around, I have a cup on the counter, some spices, tea, and chocolate in the cabinet, a few... Continue Reading →
For many years, I dogmatically resisted using mind maps to take notes or organize my thoughts. I was always afraid I'd get "stuck" if I used pen and paper — that my map would end up too cramped (or too sparse, which seemed wasteful), and the software always seemed too expensive and a bit clunky.... Continue Reading →