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Debunking Some Myths About Stoicism

I recently finished a really good book called “The Little Book Of Stoicism” by Jonas Salzgeber. It made me think on all the myths about Stoicism and misconceptions surrounding this philosophy. While this and other books do an excellent job debunking some of them, most people approaching this ancient school of thought still tend to fall for them. The origins of Stoicism go back thousands…

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e-Estonia and the advent of e-Nations

Technology has always been a disrupting force. But new breakthroughs are happening exponentially faster, and they are shaking pillars of our society that were previously considered immutable and eternal. It’s changing our cities, our homes, the way we pay and keep our money, and even the currency we use. In my opinion, the next big technological revolution will be e-Nations. The last Estonian elections Estonia…

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Blogging is dead: The new OpenAI algorithm for text generation

Blogging is dead. Recently, a new language processing and content generation framework from OpenAI was published. Leveraging the full power of machine learning available today, it’s capable of generating internet content. Texts, blog posts, articles, and even translations. The implications for content writers -and internet content in general- are overwhelming.

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What I Learned From Writing A Daily Post On Stoicism For A Year

As you may know if you follow my blog, in 2018 I started writing a daily post on stoicism for a whole year. It was a way of commiting to reading one daily meditation of this book: “The Daily Stoic: 366 meditations on wisdom, perseverance, and the art of living“. Throughout my stoic journey, not only I learned a lot about Stoicism, but about myself…

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