2015.01.17 in #182
What Doesn't Seem Like Work?
A short essay from Paul, with a key insight: "If something that seems like work to other people doesn't seem like work to you, that's something you're well suited for. For example, a lot of programmers I know, including me, actually like debugging. [...] The stranger your tastes seem to other people, the stronger evidence they probably are of what you should do."
2015.08.30 in #214
Why It's Safe for Founders to Be Nice
Good news — if you're a CEO you don't have to be a jerk!
2015.10.26 in #223
Write like you talk
Simple but good advice from the founder of Y-Combinator: when writing (he's talking mainly about blogs, but I think this applies to documentation and elsewhere), you should write like you talk.
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