Yesterday Atoms for Peace released the music video for their track “Before your very Eyes”. Mister Thom Yorke can be a music industry defeatist all he wants, but I’ll be inspired by his works forever.
A while ago I selected a bunch of articles that have impressed or inspired me and I thought would be useful sharing. At that time I figured I could regularly post an article with resourceful or inspiring articles but I didn’t realise I needed the time to read them all myself and let them sink… Continue reading Good reads: Product Management
When working in a great team you work with great people. Folks like Jami, who escalated his music hobby to a serious career next to his dayjob as product manager at SoundCloud. He recently released his first full length album called Quarters, which is a great listen.
My good friends Mighty Oaks have been working incredibly hard and it’s paying off. They’ve been playing at some festivals, touring together with CHVRCHES, The Lumineers and played a support act for Kings of Leon this summer.
Noortje pointed me to Halls. Quoted from Last.fm: Halls is the solo project of 21 year old South London musician Sam Howard. Formed in London, UK in early 2010, Halls worked on material that would appear on the debut EP “Halls EP”, released in January 2011, which was described as having ‘ambient soundscapes buttressed by… Continue reading Listen to some Halls
This is a story about the coolest astronaut in human history. If you haven’t heard of this man yet, his name is commander Chris Hadfield (53), who was the first Canadian to walk in space. Helped by his two sons, he harnessed the power of social media to give millions of people access to space,… Continue reading Space Oddity
I have been reading and writing a lot the past 8 months when I came across Noah Stokes’ birthday lists. Inspired by these I figured I could highlight some learnings myself. Scanning through my scribblings I tried looking for the ones that appear to me as important or beautiful. These are probably lessons that have… Continue reading Twenty Nice: a list of 29 things I learned