W. H. Auden

“A modern stoic,” Auden observed, “knows that the surest way to discipline passion is to discipline time: decide what you want or ought to do during the day, then always do it at exactly the same moment every day, and passion will give you no trouble.”

Break Point (Part 1) Retro

After watching the first part of the Break Point tennis documentary I have to say I didn’t really learn much about the players that I didn’t know already. As a tennis fan however that is to be expected I suppose. These documentaries are made for people who don’t yet follow the sport and its characters …

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Break Point

Break Point, Tennis’ version of F1: Drive to Survive, is released today on Netflix. Based on the trailers, some have dubbed it the Kyrgios show but will be interesting to see what storylines are prominent and how entertaining the life of a tennis player on tour could possibly be.

Having good ideas

If you want to have good ideas, first have many ideas. Even rubbish ones count. A focus on quality too soon will stifle you. So first focus on generating as many ideas as possible. Occasionally the good ones will emerge.

Oil Boss Running COP28

Is this a prudent move to give those closest to the problem more influence over how it is solved, or is this a play to protect industry, governmental and regional interests—ensuring the pace of action is not detrimental to some of its biggest beneficiaries?

Mail on Harry and Meghan

For all the vitriol these guys get for simply being Harry and Meghan, especially in the Mail, this is probably one of the more considered and tempered accounts.

Hide My Email

Apple’s execution of the Hide My Email feature is pretty dope. Worth a shot to shop prostituting your email address all over the place.