Another mind dump. It doesn’t mean I will publish those daily. It means I have a lot to share now and I may be silent for weeks ahead. Time will show. I could have planned those and publish them for a few weeks, but I don’t have to. I don’t earn money on this blog so I don’t have to care about regular „content” publishing and keeping the audience interested. I don’t have the audience, I have friends. It means I’m going to flood your RSS readers for a few days and then go dark for a few weeks. Moreover, those thought are relevant now but they can be outdated in a few weeks. I change my mind quite often and I’m wrong even more often.
- When I started a blog, I made a decision that I don’t want to have any statistics. I don’t know how many people „follow” or read what I have to say. I’m glad I did it that way. Having followers counter on social media isn’t healthy for my mind.
- Writing my thoughts here is comparable to sitting in small kitchen with a friend, while writing them on Mastodon is like visiting a busy lobby of the hotel. Nothing wrong with lobbies, there are great folks to meet and inspiring conversations to have. But relationships starts in lobbies and develops in kitchens.
- I’m struggling with finding new music. I’m stuck in somewhere between the 60s and 90s and I can’t get out of it. I don’t like current music no matter how hard I try.
- It’s not a coincidence I don’t touch any topic related with AI here, and I barely touch anything related to tech in general. I don’t want to give tech bros more attention they deserve. Moreover, I think they already have too much of it.
- I’m in the process of further simplifying my tools. This include canceling some domains, I think I’ll land with only two in the end: this one and the one with .pl at the end of the address. That’s all, two blogs, nothing less, nothing more.
- I love simplicity. Not even minimalism, but simplicity. Minimalism can be complicated. Many people I’ve seen doing overcomplicated minimalism. The power is in simplicity.
- Accepting the fact that I’ll never finish my workflow setup is freeing. Looking for a new ways of doing things is my hobby at this point, but in the whole process I haven’t lost the most important part: doing things.