I want to talk about music today. Looking for 5 recommendations? Read on! TL;DR: Listen to the latest releases from these 5 talented artists: – Bibi Bourelly – Jon Bellion – Kaytranada – James Blake – Skepta The long story of how I got sucked in to Spotify Recently, I’ve been listening to a lot … Continue reading The Musical Internet time-sink
Since the announcement of Prince’s passing, I’ve finally taken the time to educate myself and listen to his music, trying to learn from the different records he’s put out over the past 40 years. Prince was an artist who’s transcended music: he was moving across other arts, has influenced the world of fashion, and was … Continue reading No one kept Prince from a party.
My guest today is Josh Long, a designer by trade, but also a philosopher & entrepreneur in the real sense of the word.
As someone who’s working a lot in Customer Support, I have a handful of industry-resources I’m pretty open to read and catch-up on trends, etc… In the latest email from We Support NYC, I came across this link, comparing average industry salaries. Before I dive in, keep in mind that I’m technically a freelancer, contractor … Continue reading Let’s talk about money…
This new Kindle looks great! I’m part of the minority of people loving this new slim industrial design. But at $289/289€/£269 , this is way too expansive to upgrade from my 2015 Kindle Paperwhite. [≠]
An insightful article from the Harvard Business Review: it’s always great to hear about these things and realise that “It’s not just Me”… https://hbr.org/video/embed/4836078338001/why-your-late-twenties-feel-so-stressful You may have to disable your ad-block since they use proprietary players or their videos… (0_o’). Oh, and if you’re using the Ghostery plugin, to protect yourself from third-party advertising services, … Continue reading Why your late twenties feel so stressful
One of the most frequent yet hardest questions I’m asked these days is “What do you do?” Since the beginning of the year, I’ve been asked this question more times than I can count, and every time, have given a different answer. See, it’s very hard for me to answer this simple question. Am I … Continue reading What do you do?