1. At the end of each day, I write an “atomic sentence,” a single statement that summarizes the most vital lesson about that day.

    At times where I flail, fumble, and otherwise seek a signpost, these sentences have helped — personal lifelines indicating a larger story. Each day, an atomic unit in a living network.

    — I love Liz Danzico's idea of ending each day with an “atomic sentence,” inspired by Richard Feynman’s one sentence to be passed on to the next generation.  (via explore-blog)

  2. Minecraft is a game about creation, yes. But it is just as much a game about secret knowledge.

    — The secret of Minecraft — The Message — Medium

  3. We have more stories, pictures and arguments than we know what to do with, and each one of them presses on our attention with a claim of uniqueness, a demand to be recognized as special.

    — The Death of Adulthood in American Culture - NYTimes.com

  4. Amazon is a bundle.

    — Why Amazon Has No Profits (And Why It Works) | Andreessen Horowitz

  5. A thorough, heartfelt, important piece of writing by Brett Anderson. 

 (via Louisiana Loses Its Boot — Matter — Medium)

    A thorough, heartfelt, important piece of writing by Brett Anderson.

    (via Louisiana Loses Its Boot — Matter — Medium)

  6. When we invest our time and energy in technology — as creators or consumers — we should invest in products that belong in “The Future” and not those that make our lives disappear faster than they already do.

    — My year with a distraction-free iPhone (and how to start your own experiment) — Medium

  7. “It would have hurt me not to work on this” — that’s the sort of passion that leads to great new products.

    — Daring Fireball

  8. When I give up on all my desires for attention and financial success I made something that brings those things to me naturally.

    — Stegersaurus.com » Blog Archive » Rant: Time To Give Up, But In a Good Way!