A simple day 🙂
So, I was in the coffee ☕ shop with my 4-year-old son in a rainy 🌧 Sunday morning. The cookie 🍪 is gone. The Maze printable is finished. What should we play next? With just a few coloring pens and a piece of paper, you can create a game in less than 3 minutes! IContinue reading “Daily Drawing #16 – Instant Fun for your kids”
It’s hard to not hearing about AI taking over everything – first, the jobs, and then, all humanity – these days. Set aside a few minutes and read this piece by Kai-Fu Lee, one of the most respected figure in the field of AI: https://www.wired.com/story/a-blueprint-for-coexistence-with-artificial-intelligence/. I quoted the inspiration for today’s “drawing” below. Love isContinue reading “Daily Drawing #15 – Humans vs AI”
Kai-Fu Lee là một nhân vật đặc biệt, người đầu tiên mà tôi nghe trọn vẹn bài phỏng vấn của ông trong BỐN podcast khác nhau (James Altucher, Jordan Harbinger, Something You Should Know, and Impact Theory). Bài nói chuyện của Lee với Tom Bilyu trong Impact Theory đâu đó thiên về cuộc đời vàContinue reading “Daily Drawing #14 – Work-Life Balance the Chinese way”
Hình như hôm nay là ngày Va Lăn Thai thì phải. Tự dưng nhớ ra cái chiến lược hẹn hò này mà ngày trước từng đọc qua. Ai duy lý trí và muốn tối đa hóa khả năng kiếm được bạn tình hoàn hảo thì tham khảo nhé. 😘 Định lúc nào cưới? Giả dụContinue reading “Daily Drawing #13 – Chiến lược hẹn hò tối ưu (Toán học chứng minh)”
No need to say anything more 😀
Just a simple diagram to explain the term MECE. Very interesting term! Most likely I’ll have other “drawing” digging deeper on this!
A stat in Planet Money podcast #893 stuck in my head: 6 percent of families account for two-thirds of all crimes committed. Why it’s obviously a daring inference from a small set of studies (detailed in the book In my father’s house), its lesson is rather strong and clear: Crime does spread across generations. ItContinue reading “Daily Drawing #10 – What will YOU transfer to your children and grandchildren?”
If a chart follow all the “rules”, is it a good one? Not necessarily. What is way more important for a chart to be GOOD is to be aware of and serving well the context. Charts are just a form of Communication, and any good communications need to be easily understood and well received byContinue reading “Daily Drawing #9 – What is a Good Chart?”
A great insight from the book “Good Charts” – it explains nicely that both types of chart (detailed vs simple, complex vs single-idea) do have their value. Just make sure that they are being used in the right context.