Blogs I Follow

Blogs I Follow

Matthew Ball


Book-length post by Matthew Ball on the monetisation of audio, from the first radio ads to podcasts and beyond.

Wes Vance


I design, and code innovative business web apps while traveling in my van visiting & educating people on the National Parks of the world!

Josh Kaufman


Josh Kaufman is the bestselling author of books on business, entrepreneurship, skill acquisition, productivity, creativity, applied psychology, and practical wisdom.

Neel Nanda


This blog is a collection of my thoughts on various ideas I’ve found valuable for being happy, improving my life, or understanding the world. A lot of them focus on self-improvement and rationality, but also cover topics such as emotions, friendships, social skills, teaching, agency, motivation and altruism. See the Top Posts page to get an idea of where to start.


  • bio: To estimate, compare, distinguish, discuss, and trace to its principal sources everything

Alexey Guzey

bio: keeping this one for the nostalgia. sad to see this guy quit. I think I was reading this blog in something like 2016-2017.

bio: sometimes styled XKCD, is a webcomic created in 2005 by American author Randall Munroe.[1] The comic's tagline describes it as "A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language". Munroe states on the comic's website that the name of the comic is not an initialism,I believe I was introduced via a Bill Gates article?Then the What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions

Relevant articles: not sure. just read the book first.

bio: productivity. self improvement. habits. wealth building

Relevant articles: not sure. I do remember that I was reading this website somewhere back in 2016 or 2017. by Noah Kagan

bio: Hola, I am the Chief Sumo at and, where we help entrepreneurs kick more ass. Before that I was a cubicle monkey at Intel, #30 at Facebook and #4 at Mint. These are my stories on marketing, starting a business, personal improvement and productivity tips. (Tim Ferriss)

bio: American entrepreneur, investor, author, and podcaster by James Clear

bio: blogger. writer. self-improvement guru. wrote something called Atomic Habits.

bio: inspiration at some point. maybe something 2016. keeping it for the nostalgia

bio: not even sure where to begin here.

Relevant articles: TBU (To Be Updated)

bio: writer.blogger. coder.

Relevant articles: I believe I liked this on for the simplicity

bio: digital nomad. ex-Pick Up Artist. Found out about him reading the book The Game by Neil Strauss. loves tea and writes about it.

bio: an occasional writer, and engineer at Stripe and previously Heroku. keeping it for later.

Relevant articles: TBU (To Be Updated) 

bio: He is the co-founder and CEO of Stripe, which he started with his younger brother, John, in 2010.

  1. bio: writing. drawing. small bits of philosophy
  2. Relevant articles: TBU (To Be Updated)

  1. bio: flashy. but looks nice. not sure if they are still updating it. really enjoyed the UI design.

  1. bio: I first thought this person is a female. Programmer. I remember reading some article about TULPAS.
    1. Relevant articles
      1. What It's Like to Be Me (this is how I found him); first introducing Tulpas.When The ZenOne DayMy Experience Cursing Out GodHow does into meditationPractical Kasmakfa: Do not blindly believe the views others hold just because others hold them without questioning why.Try lots of things (even if you might be against them at first) and see what works.Do more of what works Help others when it makes sense to.Love the life you are given, even when you hate it.
  • bio: We’ve built, purchased, marketed, and sold software at companies like GitHub, New Relic, and Code Climate — that's how we know it. Reify clients span from bootstrapped startups to B-round companies and beyond and we learn from every engagement
    • Relevant articles
      • TBU (To Be Updated) God. Buddha. Superhuman. (Steph Smith)

  • bio:
  • I'm fascinated by storing things that I learn outside of my own brain. Ideally I'd love to create my own mini intranet of information, basically a personal wiki, that I can go to first before having to Google things, especially for my field of study.

    I've looked into various Wiki packages but none quite seem to offer what I'm looking for (Mac, no need for a webserver, cross device functionality, math markup, searchability, tags)

    If you do keep a personal knowledge repository, can you please describe your workflow for using and maintaining one for all the new knowledge you acquire?

  • bio: comprises more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
    • Relevant articles
      • TBU (To Be Updated)
  • bio: A group blog on the general theme of how to move our beliefs closer to reality, in the face of our natural biases such as overconfidence and wishful thinking, and our bias to believe we have corrected for such biases, when we have done no such thing.
    • Relevant articles:
      • TBU (To Be Updated)
  • bio: Hi! I’m a software engineer, designer, and researcher. I work on technologies that expand what people can think and do. My methods meander between academia and Silicon Valley: I explore theories by expressing them in real-world systems, which produce insights I use to improve the theories, which I use in turn to improve the systems, and so on. But I’m sharing them publicly as an experiment (Work with the garage door up). If a note seems confusing or under-explained, it’s probably because I didn’t write it for you! Sorry—that’s sort of an essential tension of this experiment.
  • bio: This website — a 100-link directory — is an oasis for those who are tired of clickbait, SEO, fake news, excessive advertisements and a big brother who watches everything. Today, the Internet has become a tool used to divide, misinform and reinforce beliefs.
    • Relevant articles
      • TBU (To Be Updated)
  • bio: Trends, micro-trends & edge cases. These are, somehow, curated news extracting relevant trends, micro-trends and some edge cases for borderline nerds, that don't want to miss out, nor spend a shit-ton of time distilling trivia. Most articles were on Hacker News
    • Relevant articles
      • TBU (To Be Updated)

Nikita Voloboev (Everything I Know)

  • bio: This is my personal wiki where I share everything I know about this world in form of an online GitBook hosted on GitHub. If this is your first time visiting this wiki, take a look here as it describes this wiki, its structure and goals in a lot of detail. Below are notes & their relations visualized with Obsidian.
    • Relevant articles
      • TBU (To Be Updated)
  • bio: hello, web surfer – welcome to my little oasis on the information superhighway. i like to make familiar things feel new and new things feel familiar. i used to design digital products for Uber and for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. now, i’m writing about media ecology, meme warfare, and cyberpsychology. you can catch me on, or my newsletter.
    • Relevant articles
      • TBU (To Be Updated)

Kalzumeus (Patrick McKenzie)

Nate Green I’m interested in storytelling, meditation, nature, practical philosophy, health and fitness, behavior-change psychology, solitude, and conversation. Found him through Tim Ferriss

bio: Alex Becker is the CEO of Hyros. He also shares his near decade worth of experience with entrepreneurs. He also own a nice YouTube channel you can check out. Favs: EXTREME Minimalist House Tour

Personal note: most people here are working on Stripe. Is this a coincidence?

News & Reads (or at least websites I believe should show up first when googling something)

Evergreen articles & notes I'm reading

In pursuit of an internally consistent annihilation
Search Linus's Notes
The Great Online Game - by Packy McCormick - Not Boring by Packy McCormick