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Author: Khe Hy

Check out our Amazon search history to see how we're coping as a family during the pandemic. First, you'll find a Doug and Melissa Magic Responsibility Chart: Then there's a book on Scratch Jr, a kids' programming language: And finally (I promise, I'm not kidding), an iPhone Prison: I know what you're...

During my quarantine boredom my mind sometimes drifts back to Game of Thrones. In this daydream, I find myself flying a dragon (Khe from house Targaryen) or as a master swordsman (Khe from house Stark). Paul Graham is the co-founder of Y Combinator But Khe de Reddit? Nah...

The Internet loves credit card hacking. For the uninitiated, it's the (dubious) science of maximizing credit card points. It drives neurotic behavior like signing up for a card then quickly cancelling it (to claim a bonus); using different cards for different purchase types; or moving...

And just like that, we kissed March goodbye. But if the 8,000 days in March began in earnest on 3/11/20 (i.e. the day they cancelled sports) - April's gonna feel like 12,400 days. 8,000 x 31 / 20 = 12,400. Adding insult to injury, April's familiar signposts have all...

Take the FREE Antifragile Assessment quiz to see how your career ranks The second week of unemployment numbers in the US were just released and they're absolutely staggering. 10 million is the headline number. KPMG estimates that the decimation of the consumer economy could bring this number...

Last night was a good night. It was the second Friday of the lockdown. The Disney+ marathon continued with Wreck it Ralph. We ate too much Ben and Jerry's (The Tonight Dough). And ofc, the mandatory Rosé. As I threw the tarp over the grill and turned off the terrace lights,...

Our Notion Course Supercharge your Productivity is currently closed for enrollment, but sign up here to be notified when we re-open. The average knowledge worker spends 4.5 hours a week looking for missing files. That's nearly 20 days a year. The average American takes 17.4 vacation days. Let that sink in. Yup, US knowledge workers spend more time...