My notes on "Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time": https://anaulin.org/blog/book-scrum-the-art-of-doing-twice-the-work-in-half-the-time/
Simple Shortcode to Insert Raw HTML in Hugo https://ift.tt/2DwOuJv
Book notes: Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Lanier) https://ift.tt/2O6bvqK
I just found out that "IndieWeb" is an actual movement/community around running your own homepage (and more), and I'm feeling simultaneously very old and ahead of the curve. (cf. https://indieweb.org/)
TIL that "Bullshit Receptivity" is an actual thing that scientists can measure.
I want to know the scores for all my prospective employers' leadership teams.
Very true, sadly.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org There is something I've learned after years watching these startups though. When you're driven by rapid growth, you underestimate how much you'll have to compromise your values. People ignore that aspect. They pretend it's not happening. Self deception is a helluva drug.
RT @email@example.com: I owe my career to an endless parade of total strangers who took time out to teach me stuff and help me out, either indirectly or one on one in forums and chat rooms. I can't ever pay them back, so I do my best to pay it forward.
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One of the trippy things about gaining insight into your own bullshit is the subsequent wonderment about how in the hell you managed to run around for so long without said insight, and occasionally about dear god what a fool you must have looked some of those times. #ruminations #perspective #TrueSelfIsNoSelf
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...Uhm, hello? Anybody there?
I'm new here. I'm a software engineer living in SF Bay Area. Very curious about social.coop in particular and in general about better ways of interacting, working and being together and in society.
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