Daily Links: Tuesday, May 21st, 2024

Hey there! This post shares an exciting mix of topics – from cracking the Markov equation and thoughts on early retirement, to coding handwriting in JavaScript and organizing epic games of Capture the Flag. You’ll also get insights on Google’s code review process, powerful lessons from a mentor, and even tips on keeping leftover food fresh. Don’t miss the deep dive into speculative decoding for AI enthusiasts!


Daily Links: Sunday, May 19th, 2024

I recently shared some amazing reads: Hopkins undergrads created a quieter leaf blower that might hit stores in two years, an article on how avoiding common pitfalls can lead to startup success, and a piece about a product team balancing trade-offs to keep their popular but imperfect product evolving. Dive into these stories for some inspiration!


Daily Links: Saturday, May 18th, 2024

Hey there! In my latest blog post, I cover a diverse range of topics that had me really intrigued. From the pitfalls of meaningful work and burnout, the joy and challenges of building your own projects, and ChatGPT-4’s math skills, to insights on how AI will transform marketing and media strategy. Plus, I couldn’t resist sharing a list of the top 10 concert setlists ever! Dive in for more!


Daily Links: Friday, May 17th, 2024

Hey there! In my latest post, I dive into a treasure trove of resources, from a deep dive into Blas’ book summaries and essays to tips on enjoying good habits. I’ve also shared an intriguing story about why Elon Musk fired Tesla’s Supercharger team and a list of 20 must-read books for summer. Check it out for all the details!


Daily Links: Thursday, May 16th, 2024

In my latest blog post, I dive into some fascinating advancements in AI and technology. You’ll find insights on self-driving cars, an open-source conversational AI framework, and an updated USDA gardening map. I also discuss an AI voice assistant for Raspberry Pi, long-term weight loss findings from Wegovy trials, and Google’s major AI-driven search engine redesign. Check it out!


Daily Links: Wednesday, May 15th, 2024

Hey everyone! In this post, I discuss a range of intriguing topics: the rise of “miracle” weight-loss drugs like Ozempic, tips on having healthy disagreements, The Atlantic’s success story, inventive uses for coffee grounds, and insights on decision-making in chaos. Plus, I explore the evolving landscape of design in the AI era and the incredible new features of ChatGPT-4o. Check it out!


Daily Links: Tuesday, May 14th, 2024

In this week’s round-up, we delve into a variety of enriching topics—from the impact of Apple’s iPad ad and its broader implications on the internet in “The Great Flattening” to innovative ways to tackle digital clutter with the “CODE Method”. We also explore optimizing remote workspaces for heightened productivity, the unique benefits of handwriting over typing, and the value of incorporating buffers into our schedules to avoid over-planning. Additionally, insights into pricing data assets, the importance of SQL constraints, avoiding the soft delete anti-pattern, and understanding the Popover API are included. Plus, a look into the 8 Laws of Focus, the effects of solar storms on tractor GPS systems during crucial farming periods, and the challenges of alternative software implementations. A truly diverse collection aimed at broadening knowledge and sparking curiosity.


Daily Links: Saturday, May 11th, 2024

Diving into various realms this week – from the exciting performance upgrades in .NET 9, exploring the richness of slowing down in our fast-paced world, to the intriguing visualization of gradient descent methods. We’re also tackling the art of managing high performers, unwrapping the confusion around strategizing effectively, and lastly, a fascinating look at how novelty effects and dopamine drive the tech industry. Join me on this eclectic journey!


Daily Links: Friday, May 10th, 2024

In this week’s roundup, we delve into the backlash Stack Overflow faces from users over its OpenAI deal, marvel at a French company’s ‘underwater bicycle,’ and reflect on the profound impact of losing Steve Albini, an underground rock icon. Plus, I share insights on a DIY ChatGPT for your home, the simplicity behind LLMs without the math, and a tool for faster UI development with OpenUI. Don’t miss my thoughts on hacking better team meetings, leveraging social media for business growth, and the essentials of running a successful newsletter. It’s a diverse mix, perfect for sparking curiosity and inspiration!