3 things in 3 minutes. Because you have things to do. And reading long email ain't one of them. 3-in-3 started as a weekly email I blast to a select group of my smart friends. And now you can get in on the action.
3 things in 3 minutes.
Because you have things to do.
And reading long email ain't one of them.
3-in-3 started as a weekly email I blast to a select group of my smart friends. And now you can get in on the action.
This must've been a curse back in the day when we spent time running away from big cats.
Johan Eliasch did.
I kept you up to date with some important advances in AI (whisper, DALL-E, Alpha code, GitHub Copilot, robots with guns) over the year.
If you've gone through a period of intense emotional or physical stress, it can lead to the weakening of your heart's main blood-pumping chamber (the left ventricle).
The curse of knowledge is what would prevent me from telling you about it because I'd assume you already know.
View morning sunlight ☀️ for 10minExercise 🏋 for 1hr in the first 3-4 hours of wakingDo some hard mental work 🧠 for 60-90min in the first 3-4 hours of waking
Know how your brain works
No, there's no new chili flavors coming out.
Today I remind everyone that I'm a geek and software is my comfort zone. 🤓
You're responsible. You work (or study) the whole week.
If you had a dollar for every person who became a millionaire last year, you'd be a millionaire too. Doesn't sound right? But it is.
Extreme Poverty is Decliningby 70% over the last 40 years
Turns out - yes.
Reading Justin Andersun's post this week made me think of you. It hadinsightshumorcool drawings.Check out Turtle's Pace and consider subscribing. I did.
You felt FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) when you went to a party you knew was gonna be lame... "But what if it's not?"Narrator: It was.
I know you're using paper straws so you wouldn't contribute to it...
You're a time billionaire if you have a billion or more seconds left in your life (that's ~32 years).Since you can't even know if you're one now (but I was one!), let's talk about a more useful concept.
4 people in Australia and 1 person in US got a brain implant that enables them to control a computer with their thoughts.
Reading time: ~2 min