Dad Things - Issue #22
A long summer seemingly ended quickly and the mornings and afternoons are starting to feel like fall. We're technically still in a pandemic, but life seems like it is almost back to normal. I still feel anxious when around a ton of people. I don't think that feeling will go away any time soon.
Another relatively short issue this week, but I'm shooting for consistency and quality.
🍻 Currently Drinking: Hop Juice Triple IPA from Left Coast Brewing Company
A generation that grew up with Google is forcing professors to rethink their lesson plans — www.theverge.com
I'd go further and say that apps led to younger generations get by without learning how directory structures and files work. Also, I cringe whenever I see someone type in URLs into the Google search bar.
3-2-1: How to build a career in 7 steps, paying attention to boredom, and setting boundaries - James Clear — jamesclear.com
I've been subscribed to James Clear's newsletter for some time and it's filled with useful, short bits of advice. I hear his book is great as well. This really stood out to me:
"How to build a career in 7 steps:
Do great work.
Share it publicly.
Cold email people 2 steps ahead of you.
Talk about your work and trade ideas.
Host events and meet in-person.
👨🏼🍳 Before No Reservations, The Layover, and Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain came up with the formula on A Cook's Tour.
👧🏻 This short film shows off the new iPhone 13 and tells a heartwarming story.
🧗🏼♂️ I feel seen.
📉 "The poor bastards of what will forever be known as Generation Z are doomed to be the first generation of Americans who will grow up with a lower standard of living than their parents enjoyed." - Hunter S. Thompson
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