Seth’s Blog: Read more blogs
For those of you that have been engaging with this blog for months or years, please share this post with ten friends you care about. We don’t have to sit idly by while powerful choke points push us toward ad-filled noisy media.
Agreed. I love blogs, always have. Subscribe to about 50 in my RSS reader of choice. Maintain more than my fair share too.
I figure I have at least ten friends here that I care about so, just doing my part as Seth suggests.
James Altucher – HOW MINIMALISM BROUGHT ME FREEDOM AND JOY I have…
Lots of chewy dogma-free chucks of goodness in here. Too many to pull quote just one.
Phone Essay ← thingelstad
Electronics are irresistible eye widening, pass-time things that make your day fly away. Your fly away day is a day that you will have no memory/memories of the next month. Life would be ruined if I got a phone.
My friend Jamie is raising his daughter right.
Why I don’t want stuff | Derek Sivers
I live in a little pre-furnished apartment with no stuff, and I love it this way. I have no books, knicknacks, decorations, and really no personal items at all. Just some minimal clothing, my laptop, headphones, and not much else. All the kitchenware and furniture just came with the place, and will stay here when I leave.
Live the way that works best for you and communicate the reasons why to others. That’s the basis for living an intentional life.
Observations after a week with an old iPhone 4 — Medium
Hardware bottom line: the iPhone 4 is a beautiful and fuctional piece of hardware that worked well as an everyday phone. It did 90% of what my iPhone 5s, and it performed those tasks pretty well.
What we believe in.