This was an interesting post- building your own tools. No tool is perfect, and I remain deeply circumspect about the ones that promise to increase your "efficiency". I was genuinely surprised to come across several newsletters discussing the same issue and have built their businesses around "super-organising". When we resort to having other people build … Continue reading Workflows:Build tools around workflows, not workflows around tools
Month: December 2020
2020 in retrospect and future directions
Photo by Julia Volk on Pexels.com Year end retrospective ideas are usually a reflection on the collective progress. I would refrain from the usual platitudes. While it might benefit the readers by linking to most read stories, I think the key essential argument is that I have been able to get a variety of stories. … Continue reading 2020 in retrospect and future directions
Happy New Year 2021!
2020 has been a rough year for most of us. However, we need to look back at the new year with fresh hope and learning from the past. I hope that it serves out good for you and your family!
II. A singular mind
Roger Penrose- Physicist Roger Penrose got the Nobel prize for his work on black holes. He combined the creativity and mathematics (visual representation of conceptual facts) to drive his ideas in research. I have written extensively about it in a few of my earlier iterations- on the idea of neurosciences, creativity and thoughts. The focus … Continue reading II. A singular mind
I. AI- The revolution hasn’t happened as yet
Photo by Thiago Matos on Pexels.com This write up surfaced in one find from Hacker News (it had gained a lot of traction there) and is nearly three years old. However, the crux of the problem has been crystallised very clearly. What is AI? Is it for real? Why should we question it? Before I … Continue reading I. AI- The revolution hasn’t happened as yet