The World Wide Web houses the greatest library ever known to man. This metaphorical libary is chock full of all kinds of resources one needs to acquire skills and knowledge. Naval Ravikant puts it succintly — "The internet is the best school ever created. The best peers are on the Internet. The best books are on the Internet. The best teachers are on the Internet. The tools for learning are abundant. It’s the desire to learn that’s scarce."
However, the sheer volume of information available on the web makes cataloguing resources a challenging task. After bookmarking hundreds of articles, podcast episodes, tweets, videos etc., I've realized that I rarely visit these resources for a second time — which is something I know I should be doing. Hell, even bookmarking amazing tweets doesn't seem to be of any fruitful purpose, as they eventually get buried in the list of favorites. Same goes for great blog posts, articles and other kinds of media. Hence, I've decided to create digests of resources from which I learn from, both for my own reference, and for others who might find this information useful. I'm calling this series of digests "The Autodidact's Register". This is the first issue.
Table of Contents
This issue's podcasts feature guests that work in
Articles in this issue are based on the topics:
Below are some of the tweets I've bookmarked over the years that I consider worthy of cataloging. Tweets are in no particular order.
Videos in this week's issue are based on the topics:
Going forwards, I'll be creating digests like this one and releasing them on a periodic basis. Let me know below if you found this useful. I'd also appreciate any feedback/criticism.