A blog post looking back at my rate of playing escape rooms, and some observations on repetitive escape room themes: "I Play A Lot Of Escape Rooms, But Not Too Many: A Personal Retrospective And A Wish" https://anaulin.org/blog/i-play-a-lot-of-escape-rooms-but-not-too-many-a-retrospective-and-a-wish/
I'm calling this "fingers", because it was inspired by something that looked to me like reaching fingers. Funny how varying a couple of parameters makes it look nothing like a finger.
My notes on Nathan Schneider's book "Everything for Everyone": https://anaulin.org/blog/book-notes-everything-for-everyone/
My notes on a recent workshop I attended, called "Reprogramming Yourself": https://anaulin.org/blog/workshop-notes-reprogramming-yourself/
It's a round #caturday
Today's blog post: "There are no adults, there's only us" https://anaulin.org/blog/there-are-no-adults/
If you're an advanced user looking for #Alternatives, you might like to check out switching.social's most overlooked sections:
👩💻 👨💻 Alternatives For Advanced Users - sites like switching.social but aimed at technically-aware people
🔥 Bubbling Under - Alternatives that are close to being listed on the main part of the site, and are already very useful
Here's looking at you, kid. #caturday
Smol experiment in circle packing with pretty colors.
Source code: https://github.com/anaulin/circle-packing
According to First Round's "State of Startups 2018" survey, the top thing that keeps founders up at night is hiring good people.
And yet, the first book in the list of books these founders would recommend to other founders  is "Atlas Shrugged". Looking at the entire list, books about people leadership or decent management are a small minority. 🤷🏼♀️
: First Round State of Startups 2018: http://stateofstartups.firstround.com/2018/#hiring-and-firing
: State of Startups 2018 Book Recommendations: https://www.notion.so/First-Round-State-of-Startups-2018-Book-Recommendations-b14f52dfea2140eb9b127e2a2b383db9
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