🦚 Dean's Newsletter #31
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Here are 5 things I wanted to share with you this week.
🎶 St Paul on a Desk
Sagan and I spend some mornings watching live performance videos on YouTube. This one came up this week and we both loved it so I thought I’d share. Sagan likes this one more, but I don’t think it applies as well to this audience.
🚀 Randall Munroe
Randall is an ex-NASA roboticist who started the famous web-comic xkcd. You’ve probably seen his comics at some point over the past 15 years on the internet (this one has always been my favorite), but you might not know that he has three amazing books that are all worth checking out. They all lend themselves to casual coffee table browsing.
You can buy electronics online in many places, but when I want to test some new technology, I’ll usually start by buying from Adafruit. They do an amazing job of sourcing gear that’s reliable and reasonably priced and best of all they give you great instructions on how to get the gear working.
⚖️ Behavior Change
Dan Ariely is someone worth following. I rarely find his research to be uninspiring. I’ve watched a couple videos of his lately that I wanted to share.
🥰 Free Joy
There are few joys that equal a good book, a good walk, a good hug, or a good friend. All are free.
Leo Babauta - Zen Habits - 38 Life Lessons I’ve Learned in 38 Years
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