Why Your Inner Circle Should Stay Small, and How to Shrink It.
We live in a time when “bigger is better” is the prevailing assumption when it comes to, well, just about anything. So it’s only natural for us to want to supersize our network of connections — both online and off — because the more people we know, the greater our chances of being exposed to opportunities that may lead to professional advancement, potential mentors, material success, and so on. Read MoreI Know the Secret to the Quiet Mind. I Wish I’d Never Learned It.
The worst things can happen on the most beautiful days. My family’s worst day was a perfect one in the summer of 2019. We picked my daughter up from camp and talked about where to go for lunch: the diner or the burger place. I don’t remember which we chose. What I do remember: being woken up, again and again, by doctors who insist on asking me the same questions—my name, where I am, what month it is—and telling me the same story, a story that I am sure is wrong. Read moreThe Lazarus heist: How North Korea almost pulled off a billion-dollar hack
For those have been keeping tabs on me for the last few months you would know that I'm currently back at college for a short while doing networking and cyber security. With the basic knowledge that I already have, its pretty crazy a country like North Korea and the infrastructure they have, could have pulled off something like this. Read moreEverything Is Becoming Paywalled Content—Even You
The internet of the future, nothing appears on your screen without approval. Scavenging Wikipedia, you’ll learn about pizza farms and the insane circumstances surrounding King Edmund II’s death (he died while taking a shit). At one point, you’ll likely tweet about that strange period in 2019 when Pete Buttigieg wore Obama drag during his primary run for president. Read more