I won’t lie, I’ve been slacking on posts. I’m going to get them caught up today. I’m also going to attempt to start making my posts shorter. No longer than 10 sentences no less than 5.
We’ll see how long I adhere to that as I genuinely like to write a lot more than that.
I watched the most recent video posted by Tesla about “Autonomy Day.”
Let me say, this day I knew was coming. I just didn’t think this was happening in the next year.
What Tesla announced is truly revolutionary. They are going to turn all their Model 3 cars into Ubers basically. All expired leases on Model 3’s, once turned in, go into a pool of “Tesla Taxis.” You will use an app like Uber and order a driverless car to pick you up and take you where you want to go.
This will change the world. I question the future of the big manufactures after this. Many consumers will no longer need a vehicle and just rent a Tesla when they need it. This is amazing.
So, for one, I’ve been horrible at updating this. Being honest, I think most blog owners are. Few are posting every week or even every month let alone everyday. I thought about shutting it down. I thought about just making it a place for me to post code related stuff. I thought about doing a purge again and restarting.
Here is what I decided….
- I’m going to narrow the focus some more
- I’m going to try and post EVERY single day – (Thanks Seth Godin)
- I’m going to try to provide value for others but mostly I’m posting what matters to me
- I will likely move a lot of posts into a new category of “old posts”
I think this is what it’s going to look like content wise…
- It’s going to be about my thoughts on life, book reviews, and code.
- Maybe on a rare occasion, about some product that I like.
I should note that after this post I’m going to update a few things right off the bat, like the resources page, as things have changed. Also, to keep in line with posting everyday, I’m going to start with my first post in this journey.
***Edit, I’ve mostly given up social media. I’m not on there anymore and I’m mostly keeping the accounts for the sake of, if I ever change my mind.***