Acknowledge that you don’t have all the answers. Let go of your desire to control every aspect of your life.
Beyond accolades and titles, our true worth shines in the lives we touch. Choose yourself, seek deep connections, and be the impact in a disconnected world.
I am slowing down involvement with my business for some time.
I am trying to make sense of what I can do better next time.
Let me read it and share my honest review with the readers of this blog.
Our side project Feedle has just hit its first major milestone.
I spent quite some time last Saturday morning, moving my main Obsidian vault away from iCloud. I want to make myself use Obsidian more, but syncing via iCloud has been such a pain - regularly ended up having duplicated or even lost notes in-between syncs.
I have recently helped a team bring a new side project to the world - feedle. feedle is a dedicated search engine for blogs and podcasts - anything with a public RSS feed. What makes it unique is that every search on feedle is also its own RSS feed. This allows visitors to subscribe to topics of interest rather than hundreds of individual feeds.
It’s Information Overload Day today, a day to take a break from the constant flow of information. It symbolizes everything I have been fighting for - creating tools and solutions that help people spend less time processing information online.
Yesterday, I gave our side project BARE a bit of a facelift. Most of The changes are tiny and cosmetic, but one is something I should have done from the very beginning…
Today, I’m going to cherish the time with my family and friends and make memories that will last a lifetime.
People keep asking me why I invest time and efforts in building Murmel if Twitter has already created its solution.
Stay tuned - we will be back after the break
I am leaving my emplyer to go on my own. It feels exciting, but also scary as hell. It is precisely at times of such uncertainty that great leaps forward are made. Or great mistakes. Only time will tell.
I’ve recently switched from macOS to Ubuntu on my MacBook from 2015. It is stable, fast, and I am already enjoying it a lot more than I have any recent version of macOS.