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#47 How Curious! Tools & Weapons, 99 Bits of Unsolicited Advice


How Curious!

May 4 · Issue #47 · View online

A short monthly newsletter packed with awesome new discoveries and personal recommendations! #Books #Podcasts #Tech #Humour #Psychology #BestOfTheWeb

Happy May and welcome to the 47th issue of ‘How Curious!’ ✌️
Last month I went down a rabbit hole of tech trends set the transform our world. As a tech enthusiast, I’ve never been more excited about the future of tech! The world is changing fast! 🚀🤖
Stepping back from tech horizon gazing I also had an active month. Highlights included go-karting, a boat trip, and revisiting the mountains. 🏎️⛰️

Las Canteras Beach Sunset
Las Canteras Beach Sunset
Two things to remember in life. Take care of your thoughts when you are alone, and take care of your words when you are with people.
First prize is to do something big. Second prize is to do something. Success rarely comes to people who do nothing.
Things turn out best for people who make the best of how things turn out. - John Wooden
Europe’s Vaccination Problem | The Daily
131 - What will your Spotify Moment look like? Learning from the music industry | The David McWilliams Podcast
Tools and Weapons: The promise and peril of the digital age
View my digital bookshelf here and my 12,000+ book highlights here.
Best of the web
99 Additional Bits of Unsolicited Advice
Compare the size of locations on a map
Tech Trends - The future is exciting
I love finding tech and tools I can adopt immediately to improve my life. After reading The Future is Faster Than You Think I now appreciate the speed at which ground-breaking but seemly very distant tech can progress. My horizons have shifted to also explore exciting tech trends which may land in the next 10 years.
This is ridiculously interesting, and exciting! Here are my favourite recent examples which highlight the pace of change:
  • Driverless taxis are now launching in Beijing 🤖🚕
  • Monkeys can now control computer games with their minds 🐒
  • 117 years after the first flight we now have helicopters on Mars
  • Bonus: Humans can now live to be 117!
Alex Knapp
The world's oldest living person was alive when the Wright Brothers flew at Kitty Hawk and when the first helicopter flew on Mars.
Alternatives to "How are you?"
Spice up your greetings!
Spice up your greetings!
Best of Twitter
Brittany Van Horne
Me: I need to go to the doctor. How much will that cost?
My insurance: If it's a doctor that you seek to see, answer my here riddles three / Go to the wrong one and in debt you'll be / But which one is right? You won't hear from me
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- Peter Duffy
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