Momentos, pirates and unicycles
I hope your week is going well. Here are a few things you might be interested in…
November Finance Report
Last month I earned $5,100 and spent $2,972 while spending time in Gran Canaria, Malaga and Chiang Mai. Full details in my latest finance report, including how I saved more than $1,000 on flights from Amsterdam to Bali.
31 logical fallacies in 8 minutes
A nice Irish lady runs through a whole bunch of logical fallacies in this video. You’ll learn, among other things, that pirates don’t prevent global warming.
The Friendship That Made Google Huge
Fascinating long read about two “Level 11” programmers at Google, and how they code together. If you don’t have time to read the whole thing, skip to the section beginning, “In his book…” (Thanks to Dave for sharing.)
My latest batch of vignettes, with mentions of lanterns, massage, and the Westboro Baptist Church.
Are conferences worth your time and money?
In this podcast episode, Mark and Gael from Authority Hacker discuss the pros and cons of attending conferences. Their general rule: Online courses are better value for money until you reach about $4000/month in revenue. Beyond that, it will likely be worth your time to attend the occasional conference.
My buddy Jacob Sokol recently interviewed a lady who is attempting to unicycle around the entire world. Humans are feckin brilliant all the same, aren’t they?
Thanks for reading.
– Niall Doherty
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