Neat: A Seattle based company pays it's employees a $20 per hour bonus for contributing to open source projects outside of work time. formidable.com/blog/2019/sauce

Fully distributed teams is an organizational pattern that more big tech companies should experiment with. I'd guess it works a lot better than being a remote singleton (my current situation) stripe.com/blog/remote-hub

CMV: Adeline Software had the best game intro logo & jingle of all time. youtube.com/watch?v=6IqxgBrgUz

Anyone have suggestions for remote-friendly brainstorming tools? Something like literatureandlatte.com/scapple meets Google Docs?

I often fall into a related trap: instead of spending time on a real world hobby (eg. playing an instrument, food preparation, fitness, seeing live shows), I squander the time away, writing software to optimize the hobby.

Software should help us thrive in the real world, not suck us deeper into more software.

RT @tristanharris@twitter.com

Imagine a "Humane" regenerative attention economy where our devices aren't about screen time at all, but more like a GPS-- always routing us towards more life, more connection, more common ground. The point of a GPS isn't to keep us fiddling, it's to get us to our destination. twitter.com/CBSThisMorning/sta

🐦🔗: twitter.com/tristanharris/stat

RT @hochsays@twitter.com

Tune in for the noise-packed talk by me and @donturner@twitter.com. Live coding a synth for Chrome and Android from the same audio code - featuring @PropellerheadSW@twitter.com and @BandLab@twitter.com as well! bit.ly/io19-sonic-boom-talk

🐦🔗: twitter.com/hochsays/status/11

RT @KevinSimler@twitter.com

This is incredible. A guy took a fertilized chicken egg out of its shell, incubated it in a clear plastic cup, and filmed the whole thing.

It never occurred to me that this was possible.

Day 3: 🤯

youtu.be/uE0uKvUbcfw?t=278

🐦🔗: twitter.com/KevinSimler/status

Reusable rockets is an example of thinking from first principles, not of irrationality. Le sigh

GoT is a fascinating look at how the medium (and popularity?) affects the message. How would have GRRM have written the last episode if it was a chapter in a the original book series?

What I have so far is about 5% of the list from Asimov’s Chronology of Science and Discovery. Or is there already such a spreadsheet/dataset out there? docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d

Attempting to unbundle some of the many ideas in Radical Markets and find the worthy nuggets. smus.com/books/radical-markets

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