Weekly Links (Week 10 / 2012)
I totally agree. It also prevents you from burning out or getting stuck in your live. Stop wasting your time consuming stuff passively! Plan what you want to learn/consume and get it done..
Mr. Graham is right. Some of these ideas are so big, that I would never consider to pursue them directly. What I love about the essay is the section “Tactics” at the end..
I really like this way of solving problems. Slightly redefine the requirements and new, ingenious solutions like this one might emerge
To me it is not important if you are visible or not. Its important that you love what you are doing and want to get better at it.
Amazing post! I track my weight online since a while and I have also a nice body of emails… Makes me really want to do something similar.
I am not sure how I feel about this. On the one hand i’m not happy about the security flaw – on the other hand I think Egor did not behave like an adult. It’s easy to forget that he made the live @Github pretty miserable in the last week.
As long as a company reacts to an email and fixes a vulnerability within a reasonable amount of time you should not do something malicious with your finding.