#39 — What you truly want to do in your life?
10 things worth sharing each week.
|Thomas Seng Hin Mak||Jan 27, 2017|
Some day this week, I had a discussion with family on topic of life. Then I came up the question: What I truly want to do in my life?
I want to leave some assets to the world after I die. That’s my purpose of life. And this newsletter is one part of that. I review my week in my newsletter and captured a weekly reads and quote. That’s also why I wrote books and teach classes. Books and knowledge is something exists even the creaters died.
Anyway, here are the 10 things worth reading this week.
Useless UI — “Often the user interface is using the wrong controls and wrong patterns.”
A story of a designer conquering mathematics. Intersting reading from a perspective of programmer.
Sushi on the touch bar. Have some fun with your touch bar. I feel hungry when using this app.
The French tech visa is available soon.
And the quote of the week.
“I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: ‘If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?’ And whenever the answer has been ‘No’ for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something.” — Steve Jobs
What you truly want to do in your life?
p.s. This letter was usually delivered on Monday. But I got sick and took rest for days. (I found that once I finished all my classes, I got sick. I just finisehd 2 mobile web design and development classes last week)
p.p.s. I’m preparing an “One minute a week, learn web design a bit.” video serious. I’ll append it to this newsletter when they are ready.
Until next week,