Meta: About this monthly reviews
I been doing this Monthly Reviews since April and although its hard to tell cause & effect, I do believe it has aligned me more clearly with the goals I set for the next month, to be accountable to the possible audience reading this blogs, whether in the present or in the future. Transparency creates accountability which creates a good life and impact. Hence, I’ll continue with them, and work on networked-content to create even more transparency & accountability in my life.
Networked-content will change Internet as we know itFrom this month, some design of networked contentNetworked content means relations between digital items, ex. text sections. An example you seen before is how you see a post on social media and how comments show below them. In the future you can dig into details of a claim you see online, and determine its truthfulness. Networked-content will likely soon be connecting all of Internet. has been achieved (ex. reading a summary and deep-diving into any mentioned topic seamlessly (use case, ex. News / Wikipedia articles, Educational Videos etc.)). Rather than focusing on more designs or early implementation, this month has been about solving tough problems, such as the roadmap of how to make products based of networked-content reach product-market-fit“Product-market fit is the degree to which a product satisfies a strong market demand. Product/market fit has been identified as a first step to building a successful venture in which the organization meets early adopters, gathers feedback and gauges interest in its product(s).”.
Publishing of networked-content (a.ka. expandable/interactive blogging) hasn’t been the highest priority this month and is yet to be released for the articles here on Informing.org. It’s not far from being developed, and might be done early this year.
Meditation has been on and off through the month, not daily, which I aim to get back to for January. Been lots of exercise this month, and travels been enjoyable. I am positive 2020 will be the last year that this time-consuming drains my energy.
A friend I been living with suggested we’d spend some time writing down detailed, achievable goals for 2020 and those feel like a good to have in the backpack for the new decade we are now entering.
Will be highly productive for the first 20 days. In the end of the month and for the first half of February I will do bike touring for ca 4 weeks. Although me and my friend will bring our laptops with us, and plan to do some resting days in co-working spaces, I don’t have too high expectations I’ll have energy enough to do deep work – but we’ll see – maybe the extensive biking will bring great creativity and clarity. For January, work focus will be on roadmap of products built of networked-content and organization structure.
So exited for the 2020s!