😃 Martha Beck, the merchant of just be happy. LINK
🖥 The rise of AI documentary by Bloomberg. LINK
“Humans have moved from a world where they met only a few hundred people during their entire lifetime, to encountering that many strangers riding the subway or attending a conference,” says Rollag. “We are out of our element from an evolutionary standpoint, and our minds and cognitive abilities are still catching up.”
👻 ^Why we’re hardwired to be anxious at a new job. LINK
💌 In the wake of this week’s sad high profile suicides, Brene Brown explains that everyone has a story. LINK
git pro tip: stick to a consistent style for git commit messages. I suggest starting them with “In which our hero”. E.g.,
In which our hero fixes JIRA-2317
— Senior Oops Engineer (@ReinH) June 5, 2018
🎧 Rowan Slaney’s favourite podcasts made by women. LINK
🎯 “If I start from the basic assumption that attention is life, then how I cultivate my attention and direct it, is how I live and cultivate my life. To not spend time obsessing about this to a certain extent is sort of saying, ‘I don’t particularly care how my life unfolds.” –Jocelyn K. Glei’s Hurry Slowly is one of the most thought-provoking podcasts I listen to, and the ideas around attention in this interview with Jonathan Fields really resonated. LINK
🌾 Sensing a theme yet? Introducing Winnow, a podcasting directory and support network for women, non-binary people, and their co-hosts. It’s the first intervention for my Hyper Island innovation project. To winnow is to blow a current of air through (grain) in order to remove the chaff… I also like the potential of a WIN NOW interpretation. LINK
This week I am also thinking about:
- I became a UK citizen after nearly seven years! Hurrah. My friend Lisa took me out for Pimms afterwards, the quintessential celebration.
- While I am a known plant nerd, it appears I sleep-bought a membership to the Royal Horticultural Society last month… I also visited Kew Gardens this weekend.
- Being a ‘project’ person versus those who don’t have a massive array of personal, usually unpaid projects always on the go. While some of this is currently attributed to my masters’, there has and always will be those projects. Kindred, Book Club for Drunks, zines, films, bars…