Typeform updated their terms and conditions and used…a Typeform to display them! Brilliant!
We have so many forms of “this will only take a minute” inputs.
We have Twitter, which is optimized for wasting time.
But we don’t have a convention for important inputs that might take hours of work to respond to.
This is one of the best things about a good non-fiction book. It’s not for wasting time, it’s for depth when you’re ready to go deep.
I’m trying to make more time for deep dives and not shallow paddles, but it’s tough. I can’t remember the last time I set two hours aside to read a book…
The Karen O and Danger Mouse Album is great.
A new Course from David Sparks and it’s on Keyboard Maestro… I’ve been using it a bit on my work mac…I’m sure I could find some cool ideas in here…🤔
Is it ironic if I spend more on an app than the service the app is used for…I’m looking at you Timery.
Real life Scott’s tots! but where the guy actually pays.
Sometimes a book should be a blog series. - A blog series should be a single post. - a blog post should be a tweet. - and sometimes a tweet should be kept in your journal.
But sometimes the reverse is true.
- That journal article should be shared.
- That tweet should be a blog post (never a thread).
- That blog post should be a series.
- And that series should be a book.
It’s a skill to get it right. But if you start lower down the order, you can always move up.
I’m a big fan of drafts, and this episode with Tim Nah…humus was great. It really gave me some extra ideas. Idea one, make more workspaces.