Because yes, all my notes end up digital. Ultimately, my main work happens in computers, so I consider digital notes canonical. My paper notebooks are more like inboxes or scratchpads — places for thinking/remembering in the moment.
We’ll start designing apps for small audiences, not big. Companies will run on their own apps, hundreds of them, tailor-made for every team, project, and meeting. In this world, there’ll be no such thing as an edge case. All the previously underserved teams and individuals will get a perfect-fitting solution without needing to beg an engineer.
The maker generation. We all have a thing to share or to create. And we’re pushing software to support us to make our own.
Find my rituals and manage myself in order to have more time to use.
For now, I’ll summarize by saying that quality thinking time is essential to me. I prioritize it over things like TV, coffee, and sleeping in. It’s not for everybody, but time here is limited. We owe it to ourselves to use it intentionally.