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Author: Khe Hy

I have so much free time. Said no one, ever. But if someone were to ever dare utter those words, it would be my friend. We'll call her Ingrid. Ingrid's one of those people who make you wonder: If everyone has the same number of hours in the day, why does she...

Airtable and Notion are two game-changing tools for entrepreneurs, project managers and creators looking to implement databases cheaply and effectively. Prior to Airtable's release in 2015, databases were the exclusive domain of programmers and "sysadmins" who could afford solutions like Oracle or SQL servers. But...

In Homer's Iliad, the Trojan War presents Achilles with a vexing choice. Stay home with his loved ones and live a tranquil life of obscurity; or fight til death with the guarantee of immortality through legacy. Here Achilles describes his choice: That two fates bear me on to...

The mighty lion sits atop of the food pyramid. Any passing mammal can become its prey - whether it's a sprightly antelope or a measly field mouse. Yet the lion does not hunt the mouse. Why? Because the caloric energy required to chase, wrestle and...

We’ve all got dreams. Buying your first home. Locking down the 529 plan for each kid. Hitting your FIRE number. These dreams require savings. And by extension, investing. And at some point, you just gotta start. Unfortunately, picking the right entry point can be terrifying. Let’s say you...

Everything in our lives is powered by databases. Whether your browsing Amazon, listening to Spotify’s Discover Weekly or browsing the New York Times’ home page, behind the scenes they’re all powered by Databases. There’s a common misconception that databases are complex and can only be created by...

There are an estimated 15,000 Lego sets in existence today ranging from the Classic Volkswagon T1 Camper Van to the Star Wars Millennium Falcon. Given the "atomized" structure of each Lego block, the number of powerful and creative combinations isn't surprising. The same can be...

In the world of Covid careers, there are very few certainties. Jobs are being lost, industries permanently altered and a redefinition of coming to the "office." Career switches and pivots have come to a standstill. That makes sense; hiring and uncertainty do not make for good...