A reading list for understanding the bioenergetic ideas of Dr. Raymond Peat and others
I am the co-founder & Managing Director at Katana Code Ltd., co-founder of Reformer magazine, co-founder of Muzzool, hobbyist writer, weightlifter, and book collector.
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An interview with Mark Blyth
Why mass government surveillance is something all of us should be worried about
An interview with Dr. Ray Peat
How our political vocabulary has been emptied of all meaning
Reformer is an online platform seeking to reinvigorate discussion through thought-provoking, contextual, and action-oriented articles highlighting a better way.
The struggle for power between individual will and authority
A simple trick to find your writing voice
Successful people aren't born that way, they learn it
Startup Pulse is a FREE monthly startup newsletter with the month's most important articles for startup founders.
Learn to avoid the pitfalls that catch even the seasoned entrepreneurs
A few days ago Google rolled out their latest update which brought the start of Mobilegeddon. This post will explain how you can avoid being hurt by the changes
In this post we pick the brains of Ian Isherwood, CEO of DateME Kenya. Find out what makes him tick,the unique problems he faces, and what advice he can share.
There are dozens of web application development frameworks to choose from out there, and choosing one to build your business on can be daunting...
RubyMotion is a toolchain that lets us build great iOS apps - faster! Here's the scoop...
In this RubyMotion Tutorial for beginners, you'll learn how to make a simple Pomodoro app for the iPhone.
While working on a client app, we put together this simple library to make persistence really, really easy.
What happens when we are better able to choose our response
Powerful lessons in humanity from a holocaust survivor
If you have an idea for an app or website and need help raising funds, this should help...
Making positive habit changes that stick
A menomic device for memorising lists
Simple mnemonic devices to help you learn language quickly and easily
A simple mnemonic device for memorising Pi
A simple mnemonic device for reading cards
A simple mnemonic device for memorising huge lists
Simple mnemonic devices to remember virtually anything
Why repetition is so important
For ideas to work, they need to be worked with
Failure to launch is a very real problem that startups face. This concept should help you avoid that...
How meditation can physically change your brain
A simple guide to start meditating today
The million dollar question! There's no straight answer, but this post should give you some direction...
The philosophy of continuous, incremental progress
Was featured in the Rails magazine, December 2009
Is there really such a thing as the immortal soul?
How your ability to process your environment can be developed