• What I’ve been Reading

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    We recap a bit about future projects and the books I’m reading over Christmas..

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  • Seth Goldstein – Own your content

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    After 36 frozen hours on Linkedin Seth reminds us that we should own our content. I am continually dumbfounded when people share this type of thing as I’ve been saying you should own your content for over 10 years now. After the continual screw ups of platforms, from supporting Nazi’s at Substack to the dumpster…

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  • I’m not a Swifty But I like What She Stands For

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    This was an interesting article about Taylor Swift being Conservatives biggest foe. I find it incredulous, but not surprising, that Conservatives like Laura Loomer will claim that Taylor Swift is trying to “interfere” with elections because she’s telling people to vote. It’s almost as if Loomer knows her views aren’t shared by the majority of…

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  • iPad for 2024

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    Currently I use two iPads. I have a M1 12.9” iPad Pro 1TB and an iPad Mini 6 256GB. These iPads hold two different spaces in my computing life. My iPad Pro is where I do much of my writing and note-taking. It’s attached to an external monitor and a keyboard much of the time.…

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  • Matt’s iPad Report Card

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    The iPad Mini hasn’t been touched since 2021, and this is the one iPad I’m not super worried about camera placement. I would like to see it get a processor bump to the A16 or M1, as well as some reduced bezels if they can. I disagree with reduced bezels for the iPad Mini. I use my…

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  • A Single Link – PKM Weekly Dec 24th 2023 Issue 102

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    Since I recommended the creator below the Substack Nazi problem has gotten worse with the founder doubling down on supporting Nazi’s as “free speech”. I’ve unsubscribed from all Substack newsletters now noting that I don’t support Nazi’s but I really do want to draw attention to Ellane because she does good work. I’m hoping that…

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  • The Ability to Read is a Superpower

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    Today we talk about the power of focused attention and how many jobs don’t let us have any time to focus our attention on the work they are theoretically paying us to do. To become a member sign up. Members get all my book notes and courses..

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  • Would You Watch Your Own Videos?

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    From Matt: Would you read the blog posts you write? Would you watch your own videos? Remember that making good shit is about making things people enjoy, so think about what you like and try to make things that you would be excited to see when you’re browsing the web. We’re all unique in our…

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  • Ultimate Keyboard Control Task Management – nvim OrgMode

    Ultimate Keyboard Control Task Management – nvim OrgMode

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    I’m sure someone is going to try and blast me for talking about OrgMode and then using Vim in the same sentence, because OrgMode is an Emacs thing not a Vim thing and the divide between users of the editors often seems like a holy war. As I said in my article on my issues…

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  • AI from Google, Stable Diffusion and others poisoned by CSAM

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    According to a new study by the Stanford Internet Observatory shared with 404 Media ahead of publication, the researchers found the suspected instances of CSAM through a combination of perceptual and cryptographic hash-based detection and analysis of the images themselves. Largest Dataset Powering AI Images Removed After Discovery of Child Sexual Abuse Material When Reading Not…

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