I love to learn.
The internet makes it infinitely accessible.
Anything on this list I consider very high value for time or cost in the represented area.
- Podcasts: long form podcasts are like being a fly-on-the-wall for fantastic conversations. Learn how to orate and think.
- Books: books are irreplaceable. If you haven't figured this out yet, keep trying.
- Newsletters: direct-from-source content on various topics. Removes the middleman algorithm that normally delivers your content.
- Twitter: user-specific communities of thought. Follow the champions of your field(s).
- Apps: the internet and smartphones are the ultimate platform where there's always another great app to help you improve.
Note - I strongly support open podcast RSS feeds. I am worried about Spotify aggregating podcasts behind a
wall, but it's a smart business move.
Tech companies are intriguing and hard to predict. I expect to work at tech companies, so it's job training.
- (N) Stratechery from Ben Thompson
- (P) Exponent from Ben Thompson and James Allworth
- (P) Dithering from Ben Thompson and John Gruber
- (T/N) Benedict Evans' Newsletter
Health & Longevity
I am openly obsessed with optimizing my long term health, performance, and mental wellbeing. Investing in one's self is always worth it.
- (P/N) The Drive from Peter Attia
- (P) Endurance Planet from Tawnee Prazak Gibson
- (P) Found My Fitness from Rhonda Patrick
- (A) Waking Up from Sam Harris
- (P/B) The Ready State from Kelly Starrett
I find there is a severe lack of high quality content on AI, automation, and robotics.
Life, Current Events, and Philosophy
Filling in the cracks of being a well-rounded human are a bunch of various sources that are teaching me how to think critically, be modest, and treat people equally.
If you think there is something I would love, please send it to me!
- (P) The Portal from Eric Weinstein
- (P) Hardcore History from Dan Carlin
- (P) Making Sense from Sam Harris
- (N) James Clear's Newsletter
- (P) Pod Save the World
- (T/P) Naval Ravikant