Con­tin­u­ing my yes­ter­day’s sto­ry: Just when I was about to close the google results tab, anoth­er result right beneath the Life­hack­er arti­cle piqued my inter­est. I clicked on the hyper link and end­ed up on a web page which is sug­gest­ing just two tips any­one can eas­i­ly fol­low to prac­tice what­ev­er craft they care, delib­er­ate­ly.

In addi­tion to the ideas offered, I instant­ly liked the typog­ra­phy of that web­site. It felt like it is the great typog­ra­phy referred by Steve Jobs in his famous inau­gur­al speech at Stan­ford in 2005. So I start­ed explor­ing more and even­tu­al­ly dis­cov­ered many thought­ful­ly writ­ten essays by peo­ple from all walks of life and fields of study.

I instant­ly fell in love with that web­site. The typog­ra­phy is pris­tine. Page lay­out is min­i­mal. Con­tent is bril­liant. In addi­tion to the reg­u­lar stuff like abil­i­ty to tweet, share on Face­book, one can also high­light just a part of text and leave a note to author or even tweet just the high­light­ed part of the text. That web­site hap­pens to be Medi­um. Here is their sto­ry: About Medi­um. I just want­ed to belong there but they aren’t open for every­body yet. I could­n’t wait more.

And this is the arti­cle that has two tips on Delib­er­ate Prac­tice.

How­ev­er, this chain of dis­cov­ery isn’t com­plete just yet. There is one final part of dis­cov­ery that I think is very cool and is worth shar­ing. I will save it for anoth­er day.


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