Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.

  • The State of Front-End Dev

    From: http://alistapart.com/event/front-end-dev Marco: Uh yeah, so, final thoughts. I guess for me, it’s kind of acknowledging that the space of front-end development is kind of exploding right now, it’s a really exciting time to kind of be in this space. And I think people should kind of embrace how dynamic it is and how in […]

  • Can Students Have Too Much Tech?

    Can Students Have Too Much Tech?  The computer is the “distraction machine.” It is just vibrating with distractions. Even the supposedly educational websites have things that move, different colors, links, and so forth. Keeping my kids focused on their lessons requires constant supervision. Most of the time spent at the computer is recreational. I think […]

  • Project or Hourly Basis?

    Project or Hourly Basis? You choose it.

  • Remote Work and Trust

    Patrick wrote about value of remote work recently. I found some positive effects being a remote worker. And he said about trust when being a remote worker; I have a lot of trust in my job and I love it. It means we have to build the trust between you and your employer once we want […]

  • Double Your Current Rate

    Interesting discussion on Tavern (formerly Forrst) about “How do you justify the cost you charge to your client?“. And first impression that I get from the best answer is “Double your current rate. Now!“. Though you still have to read 5 steps completely. And one more thing, use testimonial as a weapon to increase your […]

  • What Amy Hoy Say About Build Your Future

    I’m curious to read new Amy’s  blog post after I saw this tweet; look what i'm making for you. stay tuned for an epic post soon. pic.twitter.com/FDCoX1O7ax — Amy Hoy (@amyhoy) June 11, 2014 Now I’m on half Freelancer and half Consulting  zone. And yes, if you are a freelancer you are just a tool that […]

  • Plot Hole

    A plot hole, or plothole is a gap or inconsistency in a storyline that goes against the flow of logic established by the story’s plot, or constitutes a blatant omission of relevant information regarding the plot, sometimes even contradicting itself. These include such things as unlikely behaviour or actions of characters, illogical or impossible events, events happening for no apparent reason, […]

  • Discovery: Pos Ketan Legenda

    Sunday night when I usually met my friends I always go to the coffee shop and ate somethings which is almost western food on there. I want to be different for the night, I just bored, I want to eat something like Indonesian food. Maybe “ketan” is the right choice. “Ketan” is sticky rice, I […]

  • Dont’ Compare Yourself to Others

    It begins from this conversations @hfz Mbandingin progress anak juga dengan laku dan omongannya sendiri di masa lalu, jangan sama anak orang lain. — Rukma W. Pratista (@rukmawp) October 24, 2013 @nizamilputra @hfz Komiiik http://t.co/dvGJCnvwu2 — Rukma W. Pratista (@rukmawp) October 24, 2013 by Zenpencils

  • We do(nt) need your words

    We do(nt) need your words

    I discussed with my friend @hfz about copywriting on our portfolio website. It began when I sent my short copywriting that I want to put it on my website. I need his opinion and grammar correction :). His first thought about my copywriting is confusing, ahaha. He told me about 2 styles to tell “who […]

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