RT @dailyzen
You cannot isolate positive from negative, good feelings from bad. Truth can only be glimpsed by embracing the full natural spectrum of thought and feeling.

Surround yourself with people who look like magicians to you. Then imagine yourself as one, older and wiser, in great detail. Imagine yourself as the person you would be afraid to say you want to be out loud to others (because it seems so ridiculously impossible right now). autotranslucence.wordpress.com

Lack of content -> Youtube -> Too much content -> Youtube recommendations -> Still noise -> Manually curated content -> What next?

sed can take any delimiter. Replace all 'images/' with '/images/': 's=images/=/images/=g' with '=' as delimiter ;)

RT @CodeWisdom
💬 "orthogonal features, when combined, can explode into complexity." — Ruby creator, Yukihiro Matsumoto (@yukihiro_matz).

RT @DalaiLama
Wherever I go, I try to cultivate a sense of the oneness of humanity. I see everyone I meet as being essentially the same. And people respond positively to this. Animals too. Fear leads to isolation, so it's helpful to be open to others.

I ended up splitting my todo list into two. One that doesn't need any prep and provides reminders - use tasks for this. Second, requires deliberate planning & tracking - use with a scrum/kanban template

Repeat after me. "I will stop treating software as a big ball of coupled features. Instead, I will ask: Does our represent the ? How does this *new* feature fit into the ?"

RT @Thejasongarner
These moments when life gets our attention are invitations. We can either ignore the call by pushing away what’s uncomfortable, or we can heed it by looking inside, getting intimate with what makes us and, by extension, our world tick. That’s meditation. What’s it like to be you?

And that's 500k from 3k line of . Folks like me would have spend hours and making the code awesome. That's fun, but it's way more important to do the *right thing at the right time* ;)
RT @_rchase_
Today I'm open sourcing the code that I've made $500K off of: github.com/reillychase/hostifi

Reading list += "The Man Who Knew Infinity: A Life of the Genius Ramanujan" by Robert Kanigel

Darwin couldn't turn it off. Neither could Ramanujan. They didn't discover the hidden paths that they did because they seemed promising, but because they couldn't help it. That's what allowed them to follow paths that someone who was merely ambitious would have ignored. paulgraham.com/genius.html#pas

RT @DalaiLama
Modern science doesn’t include a deep understanding of the workings of mind and emotions, but some scientists are showing an interest in finding out. We need to cultivate emotional hygiene — learning how to reduce anger, anxiety and fear. The key is to cultivate peace of mind.

If I had to put the recipe for genius into one sentence, that might be it: to have a disinterested obsession with something that matters. See paulgraham.com/genius.html

RT @Zen_Moments
Manifest plainness, Embrace simplicity, Reduce selfishness, Have few desires. ~ Lao Tzu

Recipe for happiness = Desktop powered by i3 with "alacritty + tmux + vim on left" tile and "devdocs-gtk" on the right tile.

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