Alpha Weekly Review April Edition

This is the first Sunday weekly review, and I am quite happy to remind you what went live on Alpha Efficiency and what is interesting going on around the web. I also introduced the blog of the week category, so would love to know what is your opinion on it. Here goes April’s last week:

My articles

Goodbye Feedburner… – in this post I am rehashing my initial experiences with URI.LV

As announced last Sunday, I’ve started contributing to AllThingsApple.me and my first article there is talking about podcasting. It’s a simple idea and recommendation on simple way to manage your podcasts.

Interesting from around the web

This week my web reading was on a lower rate than usual, and I was mostly breezing through my endless RSS. I’ve found only two share worthy articles.

Early Rising – Lately I’ve been waking up earlier than usually, but now I want to bring it to a whole new level…

Sex without ejaculating and it’s impact on productivity – Bulletproof executive explains and confirms how “Think And Grow Rich” sex to productivity, great information from Taoists. All in all, a must read for all the guys, concerned about impact of their sex life on productivity. This article started an experiment of my own, and hopefully soon I will be able to share my discoveries on the topic.

Blog of the week

This week I want to point out Leo Balbuta’s mnmlist blog. As a big believer in minimalism, I find this blog encoring. As a saying goes:

Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing less to add, but when there is nothing less to take away…

Personal Update

Things in my life are speeding up. My departure for the USA is approaching and as I am excited, I am also afraid, leaving me a little distracted and detached from everything. This week I was discovering and enjoying a lot of new music, thanks to Spotify. Wrote an article about it, but I am yet to be content with it’s quality before I hit the publish button.

Don’t forget your weekly review!

Comments

    • says

      When you see it, and know that blog “made it”, you kinda know that lots of stuff you’ve got on your blog are kinda redundant.