• Emacs Hyperbole

    Hyperbole is an emacs package that matches text and turns it into links (buttons in hyperbole parlance).

  • At Mentions for Org-Mode

    A pattern I really like in Notion is that you can a @ (at) mention any page with search as you type and autocomplete.

  • Over 95% of NFTs Are Worthless

    A study of 73,000 NFT collections found that more than 95% had a market cap of zero ether and an estimated 23 million people are holding worthless assets.

  • LangChain

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  • Emacs and ChromaDB

    The nice part about ChromaDB is that you can read the tables in SQLite using the new Emacs 29 sqlite-mode.

  • ChromaDB

    ChromaDB is a vector database used for similarity searches on embeddings.

  • Migrations Are Mini Rewrites

    As software grows, patterns and practices naturally evolve. Inevitably, someone comes to the conclusion that a change should happen and code should be migrated to the new thing.

  • We've All Been Marl

    Marl is the marginal user. The one who represents the broad base of users that drive most product decisions to the lowest common denominator.

  • No Next Step, No Deal

    In sales, it’s easy to mislead yourself into thinking a sales deal is on track when it’s not.

  • What's the Trade?

    When you see something absurd in the market, it’s helpful to ask, “What’s the trade?

  • Programmatic SEO Is a Numbers Game

    Being able to programmatically generate content for search engine optimization is only useful if you have a lot of keywords you can target (thousands) and pages you can generate to rank for them.