everything.so is exploring better ways to make sense of our thought process
Hi, I’m Tom, and if you’re anything like me, you’ll find that at times it’s easy to get lost in a chaotic trail of thoughts and ideas. Maybe it’s just a part of being creative? Perhaps, that’s a good thing? In either case, I believe we can do a better job of understanding this process and become better creatives as a result.
everything.so is a personal research zine dedicated to exploring how we organise, learn, and communicate the ways we think.
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Can remote collaboration ever be as good as the real thing?
This week I set aside a little time to think about how we use digital tools to explore ideas together. Maybe, nothing can beat the feeling of exploring a new space in person, but can we make it better?
Three simple steps to start better understanding your thought process
In this post, I want to talk about three simple steps to start better understanding your thought process. Everyone is different, so they may not work for you, but I've found them really helpful.
Why am I exploring better ways to make sense of our thought process?
I wanted to write, but I had nothing to say. Now, I’ve found what I want to write about, and I’m going to tell you why.
Lessons from ten years of searching for associative trails
I first read about Vannevar Bush's Memex almost ten years ago. I was shocked. With all the advances in personal computing, how could an idea from over 50 years ago still be so relevant and seem so unsolved?