What a great trip through memory lane: Old CSS, new CSS by Eevee.

I have used most of the techniques on this very site until 2013, when I stopped caring about the hassle of coding my designs by hand.

Nowadays my opinion is that site owners should not be bothered by CSS, that’s something the CMS should handle.

How about if we replace mission statements with invitation statements instead? Invitations are much more agreeable. Invite people to participate in your vision to create a better future, but don’t push your vision on the whole world because people will fight you on that. If you force your mission onto people without consent, so much of your otherwise creative energy will be wasted on defending yourselves eventually, and you’ll deserve that kind of response.

What a great idea to make businesses more humane.

Modern educational institutions care a lot about content: what theories we teach, what ideas students are exposed to, what skills they come away knowing. But we rarely address the more general question of how one transforms their mind into a tool well-honed for elite-level cognitive work.

When it comes to personal effectiveness, the tools are never the issue.

I say all this to suggest that, perhaps, email is not “broken” but the way we are using it is. Perhaps there is a solution that could make things better for you that doesn’t involve a new app or service. Perhaps, if you hate it, in changing the way you approach it you’ll find a way to love it again.

ZeFrank does it again 🤣:

From a distance the mating dance of the male ostrich can look unusual the bit like a millennial at an outdoor music festival that just ate a brownie he bought from a man that calls himself Magic Joe.
However if we travel inside of the mind of the male ostrich it goes something like this, ‘oh my god, oh my god…’

3 Reasons Why Reflection Will Make You More Successful in 2020 × Ines Wichert

We live in a world that values action and where back to back meetings are a badge of productivity. Quarterly targets mean that we tend to be focused on the next thing on our to-do-list rather than looking back to evaluate how the last thing we’ve just completed could be improved. Few of us routinely take time out to reflect on past events. However, by missing out on opportunities for reflection you may be making yourself less effective than you could be. Reflection brings three distinctive advantages.