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I don't publish often, so if you want to know when I share new ramblings, photo essays, or podcast interviews, here's how to avoid missing out:

Here's my no-spam promise: I won't spam you because I'm lazy.

Email? Alright, what's in this spam?

Mostly a couple of lines in plain text with a link to any of the following:

  1. Ramblings, conversations with people smarter than me, and occasionally useful stuff.
  2. Frameworks that flip your life upside down, shake it well, and see what falls out.
  3. Tips on how to create a healthy relationship with tech.
  4. Surprisingly, no ads.

So there you go. A bunch of ways to get updates, but I'm warning you: this is just a hobby for me. No exclusive content or magical PDF guides.

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