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Jeremy Cherfas

Jeremy Cherfas

Jeremy Cherfas

Jeremy Cherfas

Jeremy Cherfas

Adactio: Journal—Going Offline—the talk of the book

logic is more important than code. In other words, figuring out what you’re trying to accomplish (and describing it clearly) is more important than typing curly braces and semi-colons. Programming is an act of translation. Before you can translate something, you need to be able to articulate it clearly in your own language first.

Jeremy Cherfas

Deep text: a catastrophic threat to the bullshit economy?

Interesting (and scary) counter-trend thought, that deep text could make dull kinds of writing easier and better. I'd be out of a job.

h/t Chris Aldrich

Jeremy Cherfas

Something Like a Scent — Ridgeline issue 009

Might be odd to bookmark a newsletter, but why not. And "little lexical tchotchkes from the past" -- even though it is in something Craig Mod quotes -- is too good to pass up.

Jeremy Cherfas

"Tidying up is not joyful but another misuse of Eastern ideas"

I do still prefer folding my T-shirts the way Marie Kondo suggests.

PESOS from Reading.am.

Jeremy Cherfas

Jeremy Cherfas

22 Brilliant at The Basics - Nicholas Bate

3. Make your own coffee. It's cheaper, it's better and it's therapeutic.
4. Make your own bread. See 3, except it's not cheaper.

Depends how you measure cost, obviously

h/t Matthew Lang