I’m typing this post today from a Starbucks… with no internet connection because I refuse to pay 150 baht for an hour of wi-fi access when every other cafe in the northern city of Udon Thani offers free wi-fi, and much cheaper coffee.
Ok, so that had nothing to do with anything, I just wanted to rant about Starbucks and remind myself why I try to avoid this overpriced hipster paradise whenever I have the option.
Last week, on Monday November 5th, I had my first professional Muay Thai fight here in Thailand. I’d been training for 5-6 months prior and I’m very happy with my first time performance. Continue reading
If your childhood was anything like mine, you were constantly pushed to ask questions:
“Remember, there is no such thing as a stupid question!”
“Smart people question everything”
…And other such sayings seemed to fly out of the mouths of teachers, parents and intelligent adults on an almost daily basis.
The adults were right, the greatest minds in history famously questioned everything, even seemingly logical facts that others took for granted (“the world is flat” for example).
Big Poppa is blazing out of my weedy laptop speakers.
RapGenius.com is loaded up in Chrome browser
It’s Friday Night
… One of my favourite Biggie songs, ‘10 crack commandments‘ is playing and I’m browsing the lyric definitions. Continue reading
If you’re a returning reader, you will have noticed that LewisQ.com has changed in two dramatic ways: a name change and a design overhaul! I’ll get into the hows, what’s and whys in a sec, but first… Continue reading
I read a lot of blog posts and tech articles that advise and urge entrepreneurs and creatives to enjoy the process.
They tell us to acknowledge that creating anything of value is going to be a grind, put your head down – perhaps focusing on some element of the project that you can feel passionate about – and get to work on that process until you emerge victorious, sweating and panting, on the other side of that fence called success. Continue reading
Ahh Seth, you and Malcolm Gladwell are the only two writers I know who take these strange, broken up concepts, thoughts and problems that probably cross the minds of thousands of people every day – and create stories and passages out of them that just make sense. Continue reading