All my highlights and thoughts from Babel

February 29, 2024 · Mario Jason Braganza

Note to Self, Bookmark Your Work, Coda

Never lose sight of why you’re doing all of this.

February 25, 2024 · Mario Jason Braganza

Note to Self, Bookmark Your Work

Mark your place. Log. Summarise. Review.

February 24, 2024 · Mario Jason Braganza

On Invisible Inequity and Entrenched Privilege (In Open Source and the World)

Quotes from Kuang and Gibson about inequity and privilege

February 23, 2024 · Mario Jason Braganza

Publish! Show Your Work! You Don’t Have Leonardo’s Genius or Luck

Publish your work! Show up and show your work, as consistently as you can!

February 21, 2024 · Mario Jason Braganza

Create New Scars (or Calluses)

To create anything, you need to have a well to draw from!

February 19, 2024 · Mario Jason Braganza

Use Your Scars

Your life, your experience, your scars make you who you are!

February 14, 2024 · Mario Jason Braganza

Cashflow for Creators

If you want to someday make money from your skills and your craft, you owe it to yourself to read this. If you have never read Lucas, you owe it to yourself to read him. Buy Cashflow for Creators! My highlighted notes from the book follow … Craft is the nuts and bolts of how you do The Thing. For a writer, it’s stuff like grammar and spelling and reading. For a glass artist, it’s not mixing different COEs or—at the highest levels—how to mix different COEs....

April 13, 2021 · Mario Jason Braganza

A Love Letter to Books

Despite financial troubles there’s a sense in which my childhood was immensely privileged — a pauper in the material world, I was a sultan in the world of ideas. — Erik Hoel I started by wanting to share that quote and link on my microblog and then my thoughts turned into a blog post sized comment. I decided to post it here too, then. That quote describes my life to a T, even now....

April 8, 2021 · Mario Jason Braganza

Ryan Holiday’s Question to Change Your Reading Life

Ryan Holiday, writes about a question, he purports will change your reading life. And this was somehow surprising to me, because as a bookworm, I have been slipping this question (or a variant of it) into casual conversations with folks all my life. If I need my reading queue to be always full, I need to always be closing :) And since it has helped me so much, it’s only fair, I share it with you :)...

March 23, 2020 · Mario Jason Braganza