May 09, 2022
This is Kei and Kazuki,
founders of Glasp 👋
We send you 3 good articles to highlight this week.
Hopefully, it will bring new perspectives and help
you develop your career and learning journey.
📚 This Week's Reading List
a book can be summarized, is it worth
reading? by Austin
I have noticed a proliferation of book summaries
online — blog posts or even whole apps dedicated to
extracting the “key insights” from books, attempts
to package up the whole by reducing it down to its
essentials, its main points. The tricky thing here
is that the more summarizable the book, the easier
it is to market and sell.
Ultimate Habit Tracker Guide: Why and How to
Track Your Habits by James
If you want to stick with a habit for good, one
simple and effective thing you can do is keep a
habit tracker. Because it offers a signal of whether
they are making progress or need to change course.
In this article, the author explains how to track
the habit in your daily life.
People Think This Is A Smart Habit, But It’s
Actually Brain-Damaging by Michael
Assuming that all learning is inherently good is
like assuming that all food makes us healthier. Just
like eating McDonald’s doesn’t make us healthier,
“junk” or “fake” learning doesn’t make us smarter.
In fact, this kind of learning actually makes us
👀 Featured Curators on Glasp
Eduardo is learning NFT, DAO, Web3, and learning.
He’s been learning continuously and frequently, so
if you follow him, you will see his learning often
and be motivated to learn with him.
Sherry is learning reading, self-improvement, and
human behaviors. We can see many articles that other
Glasp readers read as well, so we can gain insights
Mary Joy Fabro is learning economics, business, and
product development. We can feel her passion in her
continuing to learn new things. Let’s follow her on
Glasp and learn together :)
📣 Community News
🟧 We have added an Atomic
Interest Graph to represent your
interests. When you tag and categorize an
article, the graph will appear. If you put
multiple tags on one article, the tags are
connected to each other. It is an
interesting experience to see other people's
🟩 We will have a Glasp community
meetup online on May 13 or 14. We will share
the details on Slack and Discord. It's a
very casual one so please feel free to stop
🟦 From next week, we're going to start the
5 for 5 challenge again 📚 It's a
challenge to read a good article(s) every
day and connect with like-minded people 🤝
We will send you the detail this Sunday!
By the way, if you're around San Francisco, feel
free to stop by our office at 550
Bryant St, and let's grab a coffee ☕️
See you next week ;)
Kei and Kazuki
Today's Quote: "The
men who have succeeded are men who have
chosen one line and stuck to it." ― Andrew