A bookmark of bookmarks! Some good rabbit holes here.

Think like a principal. Everything changes after that.



A beautiful and salient example of why we must be kind to ourselves and keep all things in perspective of those we love, and who love us.

This is a great interview, but I specifically appreciated the discourse that happened when Naval brought up his internal struggle of dual-processing everything he learns.



"His excursions may be more enjoyable if he can reacquire the privilege of forgetting the manifold things he does not need to have immediately at hand, with some assurance that he can find them again if they prove important."

Becoming an "expert beginner" is a deep fear of mine. Discerning between being an expert beginner and competent seems tricky. Don't get stuck bowling 160.

Laws like these are fun - not always easy to remember, not always practical in day-to-day existence, but once you start internalizing them it's cool to see their application pop up from time to time.

I'm probably making a few of these mistakes on my personal projects. Worth a read to find some quick wins for HTML accessibility.

A pretty solid guide to configuring your displays and finding an external monitor that optimizes for text clarity (and basically nothing else). I found a couple useful tweaks for my own personal set up here.