🤯Unknown Unknowns #122 - Happy New Year!
I’ve been a little inconsistent sending these out lately, but going to be more regular going forward. I like the idea of concept of “taste” that I talked about last issue. I’m planning on exploring how it shows up in life over the next few weeks.
📝 Writing of the Week:
I’ve been writing unpolished, around 100-word mini-essays. Just reflections on ideas from podcasts or things on the news. Here are the latest:
Louie Bacaj and I wrapped up our latest cohort of Newsletter Launchpad. There were a bunch of great newsletters that came out of it. Below is a sampling of a few of them. I believe that newsletters are the easiest way to go from consuming to creating. It’s the easiest way to express your creativity and develop your taste.
1️⃣- writes about corporate innovation at
2️⃣ - writes about open-source GitHub repositories at
3️⃣ - writes about his life learnings at
4️⃣ - writes about improving his life at
5️⃣ - writes about home automation at
6️⃣ - writes passion and art at
7️⃣ - writes about the stories that have impacted his life at
8️⃣ - writes about his life experiences at
9️⃣ - writes about creativity, fitness, and side hustles at 🔟 - writes about insights from life and books at
11. - shares his indiehacker journey at
12. - shares his journey growing a poker product at
13. - shares her journey and projects, including Unstuck in 15 at
14. - shares his attempts at becoming happier, healthier, and wiser at
💡 Idea of the Week:
So, a couple of weeks ago I said a cool idea would use AI to transform your voice. Well, Tony Dinh created an app to do just that!
💬 Quote of the Week:
“The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.” - Albert Camus
🏴☠️ Something Fun:
If you love philosophy and The Princess Bride
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Leaving you in peace,