Here's a bunch of things that have helped me tremendously in my journey or simply bring me joy. (last updated in October 2023)
- Audiopen lets you record your ramblings and spits out coherent summary with the help of AI.
- my90stv streams a large collection of random 90s television I grew up on.
- radiooooo.com is a well curated music library which can easily be browsed by country and year.
- everynoiseatonce lets you find related artists to any song you want and is a great discovery service. The interface is a bit cryptic, but I constantly use it.
- Daniel Titchener is an interior designer who shows you how to make the most out of your space on a budget and in style.
- Nate O'Brien offers a very approachable, down to earth advice on personal finance.
- PROOF offers great content on NFTs, digital art and crypto.
- Dan Koe talks about self improvement, one-man business with just the right balance of philosophy and actionable advice.
- Ronald L. Banks is a poet and minimalist, who talks about why less is more in a very relatable format.
- The Tim Ferriss Show. Long-form interviews with thought leaders from all fields. Personal highlight are the "Random Show" episodes with Kevin Rose.
- All In. Business, economy, investing, macro, polictics, etc
- Hurry Slowly. Great insights into finding more meaning and creativity in our daily work.
- Bankless. Very thoroughly researched content covering the new digital frontier of digital payments, crypto and web3.
- Proof. All things digital art & NFTs ushering in the digital renaissance.
- Gaslamp Killer. A genre bending DJ that is a force of nature live. Single handedly re-energised my love for hip hop with his mixtape I Spit on your Grave.
- Kanye - Yeezus. A bi-polar masterpiece by a misunderstood genius.
- Nas - Illmatic. Best hip hop album of all times. Sorry Kanye!
- Lights - Siberia Acoustic. Mesmerized by her voice, the title track is pure bliss, but really the whole album is killer.