A collection of random links I saved over the years. Mainly for me, feel free to follow this also.
We’re now nearly a month into the year 2023. I’ve started a new job and have been doing a lot of research for new projects and auditing old ...
Evaluating Managers: 5 heuristics to measure managerial impact – CodeKraft
Measuring a manager's impact is hard since outcomes take time. The manager takes full responsibility for the team - be it stagnation, execu...
‘Some Things Never Leave You’: Christian Livermore on Poverty’s Indelible Marks - Longreads
“For me, passing means trying to be anything other than what I was, and what I fear so desperately I always will be: poor white trash.”
All the Personal-Finance Books Are Wrong - The Atlantic
They tend to treat their readers like fools without willpower. So you could argue that they’re wrong for the right reasons.
Well-being: These countries are looking beyond GDP and economic growth
For a small but growing network of countries, the world's go-to metric of economic health is no longer fit for purpose.
Why the super rich are inevitable
Why some mathematicians argue the economy is designed to create a few super rich people – unless we stop it.
Astro Islands 🚀 Astro Documentation
Astro Islands (aka Component Islands) are a pattern of web architecture pioneered by Astro. “Islands architecture” was first coined by Etsy...
OKRs are hard. But I still love them | by Camille Fournier | Dec, 2022 | Medium
I see a lot of bad OKRs (Objectives and Key Results). Usually they are just KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) given the OKR name. You know ...
Why a global recession is inevitable in 2023 | The Economist
The world is reeling from shocks in geopolitics, energy and economics, which dominated the news in 2022. The question now is what comes nex...
What Will Happen In 2023 - AVC
I want to focus this post on the macro environment for tech, startups, web3, and climate because that is where my head is at right now. I b...