making Sublime — for you and for me.

  • from Dieter Rams

  • Simple is often erroneously mistaken for easy. "Easy" means "to be at hand", "to be approachable". "Simple" is the opposite of "complex" which means "being intertwined", "being tied together". Simple != easy

from Simple Made Easy by Rich Hickey

  • from From Product/Market Fit to Language/Market Fit: A New Brand Storytelling Framework by Sari Azout

  • from James Baldwin: “You want to write a sentence as clean as a bone. That is the goal.” by Cynthia Haven

  • from The Laws of Simplicity (Simplicity: Design, Technology, Business, Life) by John Maeda

  • from Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio

  • from #032 Peeling Back by Alex Tan