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- How do you live your life?
bogleheads.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=84670&newpost=1490535I began my adult working life by renting an urban apartment with a roommate for exactly 8 years, worked at a good job for a nice company, had some good friends and some good times. A few years later I got called to jury duty and two years later I married a ..
- Why it's so difficult to "do what you really want in life" - Leo Widrich
web.archive.org/web/20201012135023/leowid.com/why-its-so-difficult-to-do-what-you-really-want-in-lifeOct 2020 - In my coaching practice at the end of the day, it centers around supporting my clients to live the kind of life that they find enjoyable, fulfilling, and amazing. Another caveat is just because you faced yourself honestly and truthfully yesterday, doesn’t m..
- Are you an IT pro? It's no longer safe to bet your career on Microsoft
channelregister.co.uk/2012/11/06/dont_bet_on_microsoftNov 2012 - Now that corporates have seen Windows 8, they can make a decision about what to do with a vast portfolio of Window XP boxes and the thankfully smaller Windows Vista population, so there is work to be had on moving to Windows 7. Unlike it’s nearly loved sibl..
- Life Plan
spencerfry.com/life-planI haven't thought long or hard about any anything definite yet, but I've involved myself with a network of highly intelligent and successful entrepreneurs in New York whom I would hope to work with on this startup. Since I started using computers I've alway..
- Half Life: The Decay of Knowledge and What to Do About It
fs.blog/2018/03/half-lifeMar 2018 - The term is most often used in the context of radioactive decay, which occurs when unstable atomic particles lose energy. In The Half-Life of Facts: Why Everything We Know Has an Expiration Date, Samuel Arbesman (see our Knowledge Project interview) posits ..
- Some career advice. | Irrational Exuberance
lethain.com/career-adviceOne pretty common thread has been around career advice, I’ve written up most of my advice for easier reusability. Once your resume “looks right”, you’ll have more and easier access to interesting opportunities, including second opportunities if something yo..
- Protect Your Right to Repair and Control the Devices in Your Life | Electronic Frontier Foundation
eff.org/deeplinks/2017/12/protect-your-right-repair-and-control-devices-your-lifeDec 2017 - Once every three years, there’s a window of opportunity to get exemptions to this law and protect legitimate uses of copyrighted works, like repairing and tinkering. If you have a project you would not be able to do because of the ban on circumvention, or i..
- Auren Hoffman's answer to Which career option do I choose? - Quora
quora.com/Which-career-option-do-I-choose/answer/Auren-Hoffman?share=1One's career choice should be optimized to the timescale where you make the best relative decisions. Micro-time (sub-second): You should choose a career here if you are great at making sub-second decisions. If you are one of those people that has a great "g..
- We're in a simulation, and nobody seem to care - Telegraph
telegra.ph/Were-in-a-simulation-and-nobody-seem-to-care-12-20In these books he describes what happens to souls after we die, what souls do in the after-life and when do they come back to Earth (or other planets). My questions are why aren't people more aware of this (certainly people would behave much better if they ..
- Do What Defines You - Zdziarski's Blog of Things
zdziarski.com/blog/?p=596The saying goes, “do what you love, love what you do”, but the more important thing in life – the thing we all must learn to do before we die – is to do what defines us and our lives; put simply, to do what we’re called to do on this Earth: the passions tha..