I see life as a series of experiments and try to make the most out of it. I also try to cultivate a hacker mindset and think out of the box.
If it's your first time here and you're hitting the front page, you're probably looking for someone with my name. You should get all the information you need about me on this very page. If it isn't enough, you can contact me using the email address with this domain name and my first name before the '@'.
If you want to know more about this site, well read on.
The blog is basically where you'll find shorter content or things that don't fit in the following categories. The experiments section is made of reports on life experiments I make. They also shape my frameworks. My frameworks are the underlying systems I rely on. I keep them up to date and hope you'll find value in them.
First of all, this site acts now as a writing exercise to clarify thoughts and systemize processes. Just like Matt Mullenweg said, "When you can write well, you can think well".
By sharing publicly my thoughts, and especially my frameworks, I also hope to get the equivalent benefits of open-sourcing software: peer reviews and improvements based on community contributions.
Finally, there's a fair amount of fun behind this site and the work it involves.