I like to read books and listen to audiobooks and podcasts. I like to share information with others. It is said that the best way to learn something is to try to communicate it or explain it to someone else. Which is why I created this section of this website.
Each month, I will take the best ideas I stumbled upon during the month and put them in a post, like the ones here below. My hope is that you will find them useful and interesting and they might inspire you and help you choose the next book to read or podcast to listen.
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This month in my reading seems to have been dominated by one topic: capitalism and economic growth. A topic more and more popular due to the growing separation between rich and poor and impact on the environment. Spiced it up with some spy stories, strange societies who got rid of capitalism but also free will, tricking Google Maps with a cart, happiness, innovation in business, the future and a discussion about space and science. Enjoy!
This was another pretty diverse month when it comes to reading: there’s more about ageing, strange stories about policemen and bicycles, leadership and change or leadership for change, how you need to fall in order to raise yourself, and some small bits and pieces about depression, philosophy, gene editing, productivity tools and several others. Hope you enjoy them!
Inspired by several newsletters I follow and read regularly, like Brain Food by Farnam Street, I decided to start my own little experiment in sharing some of the things I learn during the month in a newsletter. Just in time before the end of the year, the first issue of Reading Notes is out! Talking about software development gone bad, gone good, entrepreneurship and parenting, ageing and genetics and a system of taking notes. It's “hot off the press” and now on the Internet closest…