Today’s newsletter episode - Bottleneck of Worry - Accepting failure, defeat, and discomfort to identifying and move beyond the mind-goblin that stops all work. Also: links! Read and subscribe.


Living with “a self-styled countess and her companion, a blackmailer, alchemist, magician and thief”

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By the way, if you’ve been missing links and stuff here in the blog/RSS feed, that’s because I’ve moved most of the activity to my newsletter. You know, blogs are dead or something. You can subscribe to the RSS for the newsletter if you don’t want to shift to email. It is here: https://newsletter.cote.io/feed


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New episode of my newsletter: using ChatGPT to flesh out a thought leader style article, lots of links, and phrases like “crapbooking.” Check it out and maybe subscribe if you like it :)


“I’m sorry I made you wait. But, I was busy making you wait.” Slow Horses, s2e4


🔗 What Top Tech Leaders Are Saying About Multi-Cloud Security, IT Innovation and Efficiency - “50% of enterprise technology executives strongly agree that their tech architecture can quickly support major changes to business strategies.” Also, questions on security stuff.


🔗 Take control of the story you tell about yourself - Three themes you should put in your self-story to make you, I guess, happier: agency/control, redemption/growth/improvement, and competence. I’m a cautious believer in the “fake until you make it” theory of mental health - this take of making the story of yourself better seems like a more realistic approach. I mean, it’s all self-brainwashing bullshit, but why not?


🔗 The Executive Target Persona - Part Two - More on running executive dinner events for tech company marketing/account and community building, from Hinada.


🔗 CNET Is Quietly Publishing Entire Articles Generated By AI - “AP’s justification for using AI — and a talking point being adopted across the industry — is that it frees up journalists and other staff from having to write tedious recaps. In reality, it’s hard to believe that the technology would forever be limited to a cure to tedium and never intrude on “real” writing jobs.”


“I’ve seen some people call these YouTube poops, which is a style of absurdist video content where you mash together a bunch of clips and effects, but that’s not what these are really” here.


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