What I'm Doing Now

It’s 2020. Like for almost everyone else on Earth, COVID-19 is top-of-mind. I’m working from home, San Francisco is sheltering in place, and the future is a hugely uncertain time.

Stairs up to Twin Peaks

As bad as our present day situation is, an indefinite work from home policy has given me more flexibility and more energy in my day-to-day than I’ve ever had in my adult life, and I’m going to do my best not to waste it.

Some things I’m working on:

  • Write every day, and try to so fluidly. Instead of agonizing over every word, get content down, revise, and revise again. Some projects:

    • A (roughly) weekly newsletter called Nanoglyph. I’m challenging myself to send at least 30 editions in 2020, and do so without compromising content quality. You should try subscribing.
    • A development log with notes on daily software discoveries and projects. Most entries will be of minor interest, but frequent enough to build writing cadence. For example.
  • Meditate every day.

This is a "now page" which itemizes the work and other priorities that I'm concentrating on right now. It's built in the style pioneered by Sivers.

This page was last updated on April 5, 2020 from San Francisco, California.