I’ve always been a slow reader. With non-fiction books, especially so. I’ve always carried an element of shame over my lack of speed and the desire to be faster at it with me. For a very long time it’s been an uncomfortable shoe-pebble nagging me every time I pick up a book. In some cases, … Continue reading “Reading Thought #2”
Anti-Racism Resources: Books, Conversations and People Leading The Charge — Sarah K Peck I really like and am heavily considering #2 for myself.
Today’s stay at home project #2: Making sauerkraut.
“Until we start measuring what we value, we will continue to overvalue what we measure.” — Kim Goodwin, Offscreen #21 She was speaking about metrics and analytics but this can apply to so much more.
The informational equivalent of bombs are being built and loaded and dropped onto their targets, producing shockwaves that travel not through the dirt but through, like, informational space-time. You can feel them. — Robin Sloan, Issue #27 of Year of the Meteor.
The only way I can fairly review Rework, the new book by 37 Signals founders Jason Fried & David Heinemeier Hansson is to break it into two separate reviews – one for each audience. Therefore, decide which one you fit into and read on from there. Fans, True Believers, and Apostates You fit into this … Continue reading “Review: Rework”