#5 Reads for Today
Monthly compilation of my reads and learning from around the web
April was the most normal month I had in 2 years. I traveled abroad (booking the trip last minute), went to in-person events, and connected IRL with people that I’ve been talking to online for months.
Following the trend from March, I went deep into the #DeSci (Decentralised Science) space, learning about the challenges and opportunities of the space, and contributing to several DAOs. It’s fascinating what’s happening in this space and how fast things are changing.
I also traveled to Amsterdam to attend #DeSci Day, where I met some cool projects and learned a lot. More importantly, I came back inspired to go even deeper into this space.
You can check here the live stream from the event.
That being said, let’s now focus on my favorite content from April:
[Science] How Life Sciences Actually Work: Findings of a Year-Long Investigation by Alexey Guzey
[Longevity] I’m 32 and spent $200k on biohacking. Became calmer, thinner, extroverted, healthier & happier by Serge Faguet
[DAOs] How to Start a Research Organization (from your Bedroom) | VitaDAO
[Books] No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention by Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer
And that’s it for this month. Please share with me your favorite reads and leave comments, so we can keep the discussion going.
Have a great month,