Dmytro Krasun

Max Tegmark is talented at explaining complex and vast problems in such simple terms that strange creatures like me, who can only add numbers up to 10, can understand what he is talking about.

It was one of the best journeys in the past years. Yes, more exciting than hiking in the Alps.

If you read this book, you will travel through enormous volumes of space and infinite and parallel universes. At the end of the book, you will dive into the mathematical structures we probably inhabit.

I call the author Max because when you read the book, you feel like talking to a friend. And in this talk, the friend hypothesizes that our ultimate reality is math, specifically a mathematical structure.

If you want to understand what that could mean, feel free to dive into the book.

Originally published at https://dmytrokrasun.com.

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I should charge for FollowRoad.One, not because I want to, but because I need to.

It does not make sense to make it free. It is not a sustainable way to build it. And free version of the product does not provide any feedback to improve it.

Charging will force me to build the product in a way to bring the most value to customers.

I do not have even free users of the product, so I am not afraid to start charging.

Originally published at https://dmytrokrasun.com.

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I relish writing.

I have written every day in the past ten days, and I caught myself enjoying writing. It is not easy. On some days, it t is tough. On some days, I write fluently. But I relish it.

Writing gives a feeling of accomplishment that I can’t feel when I build something significant and interrupt the work. I love this feeling of finishing a thing.

I see how my vision becomes more precise, and my thoughts are more structured. Writing helps me to clarify complex topics.

Still, I do not know if I am better at writing after ten days, but I want to continue. I like the results I see.

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People are not bad, and people are not good.

Nobody does want to harm me conscientiously, and nobody does not want to make me feel good. Usually, people want to be a little bit happier, even at the cost of the happiness of others, but not conscientiously.

I am the same, I do not remember myself conscientiously thinking about doing some evil to somebody, but I am sure I did. Because I had not thought before acting, or I had not known something.

When I think that I am good, I will define other people as bad. After all, I will define people as just humans when I know how bad I am.

Colorizing people in good or bad is the game of ego and nothing more.

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