Thoughts on “I, Robot” by Isaac Asimov.

The three laws of robotics are as follows: A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. A robot must protect its own existence …

A crash course on the history of physics. My thoughts on “A Brief History Of Time” by Stephen Hawking.

I’ve just finished “A Brief History Of Time” by Stephen Hawking and I feel my brain more efficient, bigger and smart just by reading this book. What an amazing journey Hawking takes you to; you’ll learn about the discoveries of Galileo, Newton, Einstein, Maxwell, Hubble, and so many other great scientist that have changed the way …

Our endless journey to achieve self importance.

The feeling of importance is one of human being’s most desired feelings. Epic stories have been written, magnificent concertos created and cities have been destroyed just for one man to feel more important. Almost any wish, desire or dream can be scaled down into one single thing: how important will that wish, desire or dream …

Why Do I Write? What Will I Do With It?

In 2014 I was working with a great startup and we all were a very close and cool team. I found out that, unsurprisingly, a few of my colleagues had a blog. So I thought to myself “Why not?”. Having a blog would certainly be interesting. I’ve always liked writing, this time it would simply …

My thoughts on Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil

This is probably one of the books in which I’ve learned the most about something specific and so common as Olive Oil. Turns out, Olive Oil is AMAZING and you might have never really tasted a real Extra Virgin olive oil. I was very surprised to learn that most (in my case 9 out of …

A better view on success for the 21st century.

And how to achieve long lasting happiness. When thinking about success, our minds focus inadvertently on money. Money is king in the world we live in, for many, many reasons. Not just because it buys nice shiny things *insert Ferrari here*, but because it provides power to the bearer. The more money one has, the more …