no hurry, no pause.


Source of Wisdom

When solving problems or making decisions, I turn to ancient authors or those who are alive but influenced by dead authors e.g. • S. Tzu (2005)L. Tzu & Needleman (1989)Seneca (1997)Aurelius (2003)Suzuki (2020)Watts (2007)Murakami (2022)Penrose (2004)Taleb (2005)Greene (2019)Rutherfurd (2010)


I use open source apps and prefer apps that are readily installed in the OS.


I like tools that are durable and simple to use.


Aurelius, M. (2003). Meditations: A New Translation (G. Hays, Trans.; Revised ed. edition). Modern Library.
Greene, R. (2019). The Laws of Human Nature (Reprint edition). Penguin Books.
Murakami, H. (2022). Novelist as a Vocation (P. Gabriel & T. Goossen, Trans.). Bond Street Books.
Penrose, R. (2004). The road to reality: A complete guide to the laws of the universe (1st American ed.). A.A. Knopf.
Rutherfurd, E. (2010). New York: The Novel. Anchor Canada.
Seneca. (1997). On the Shortness of Life [and other works] by Seneca.
Suzuki, S. (2020). Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind: 50th Anniversary Edition (Anniversary edition). Shambhala.
Taleb, N. N. (2005). Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the Markets (Incerto).
Tzu, L., & Needleman, J. (1989). Tao Te Ching: Text Only Edition (G.-F. Feng, J. English, & T. Lippe, Trans.; Reprint edition). Vintage.
Tzu, S. (2005). The Art of War (T. Cleary, Trans.). Shambhala.
Watts, A. (2007). In My Own Way: An Autobiography. New World Library.