After some time that I’ve spent on behemoth essays (those articles which Shall Not Be Named), I’ve gotta catch up in my scheduled posts. So the next few posts will be easy quickies on more basic, surface-level topics. And what better way to start then to do another Productivity Tool World Tour.
I do not do product reviews on this blog often. The last (and first) time I did it was with YourStack, and while I’ve used a lot of tools since then nothing has particularly caught my interest. But the tides have changed yet again, and it’s time for me to preach to you all theContinue reading “A Review of MyMind”
Recently, I finished reading the book Designing Virtual Worlds by Richard Bartle. Made by the creator of MUD (widely considered to be the first MMO), it goes over best practices for creating a persistent, multiplayer experience. One thing I noticed about DVW right out the gate, however, is that it’s pretty old — so old,Continue reading “A Few Thoughts on MMOs”
In economics, Pareto optimality is when no individual can be better off without making someone else worse off. Here’s how you can apply it to sustainable product innovation.
In the late 2010s, people began to see the question-answering website Quora as a beacon of knowledge on the internet. Venture capitalists, startup founders, content marketers, and thought leaders alike drove towards the website to answer thought-provoking questions and at the same time drive traffic towards their website. Now, in 2021, almost all that interestContinue reading “The Weird, Magical World of Modern Day Quora”