Ronaldas Buožis on Technology now and laterCinematography, tech and boats
What’s the best way for us to use technology to become smarter? Step one is to take advantage of the enormous value of thinking out loud in public. Find an online place that speaks to your interests to talk with others about topics you are passionate about. Second is to be a good listener. Don’t overwhelm yourself with pointless feeds, but be a good gardener of what comes in. At the same time, use tools that help you store memories and capture what you’re seeing and thinking. After a few years of this, you’ll have an incredible record, or encyclopedic map, of your life and interests. The power of well structured feed with content outside your bubble can be mindblowing, don’t you agree?
Why technology could be making you smarter than you think
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Insightful podcast with Elon Musk for a rainy evening on how keyboards and actually our verbal communication is slowing us down to communicate. A need to press letter keys on a surface or translating a complex concept to human words significatly limits our possibilities to interact with machines and each other.
Joe Rogan Experience #1470 - Elon Musk
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Atėnė Strazdas DrozdaitėInterior designer/Survivor/Thinker/Forever learning/ Enthusiast
Absolutely obsessed with every interview of Elon Musk and finally got time to watch this lengthy one. Thanks for the reminder!
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