On the First Principles of Feminism and the Double-Sided Solution to Power Inequality

if you’re a man, upset about being left out of the conversation on feminism, then this is a post for you.

On Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned in the Pursuit of Knowledge

Adam — the manager for Intel's Education Technology Accelerator Program — was calling my phone, and the six-missed-calls notification told me he had been trying to reach me for some time.

On Turning Idea Diamonds Into Idea Coal

In order to sell products and services, you must sell ideas; in order to sell ideas, you must circulate ideas; in order to circulate ideas, you must initially cheapen their value to encourage frequent exchange.

On Automating vs. Being Automated

I have a new theory: our big life decisions automate our little life decisions.

On Opening Lines and Opening Loops

Today, I woke up to a journal entry that I had scribbled while still half-asleep: the blood-soaked cowboy stumbled into the Sondheim Hotel, and he brought his troubles with him.

On Categorizing the Fucks You Give

When Mark Manson — the author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck — says we shouldn’t give a fuck, he’s not saying that we should be indifferent.

On Consciousness and Prisonbreak

“There are these two young fish swimming along and they happen to meet an older fish swimming the other way, who nods at them and says "Morning, boys. How's the water?"

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