Do you remember how you were first introduced to Stoicism? Type of site Available in English, Japanese Owner Created by Editor Website rank 677 July 2018 Commercial Yes Registration Optional, through Kinja Launched 31 January 2005 ; 14 years ago 2005-01-31 Lifehacker is a about and software which launched on January 31, 2005. The staff updates the site about 18 times each weekday, with reduced updates on weekends. After that, I dug out my old copy of and really started to study. Former contributing editors include The How-To Geek, and Tamar Weinberg. Lifehacker 's frequent guest posts have included articles by Joe Anderson, Eszter Hargittai, , ,.
To battle that, I added movement to my routine. Enjoy our interview with Patrick below! I knew I wanted to share these morsels of enlightenment with others, and my editors at Lifehacker were happy to let me give it a try. . Can you describe what it means and how they can try it? What are your favorite exercises and quotes from Marcus? I actually got a lot of positive responses from religious folks that appreciated some open-minded philosophy that could allow there to be a higher power. At the time, I was dealing with some difficult things in my personal life, and the basic principles of Stoicism and other philosophies highlighted in that book helped me get through it all mostly unscathed, and mentally stronger too. On February 28, 2017, became the editor-in-chief.
January 2007 Lifehacker launched in January 2005 with an exclusive sponsorship by. Walk us through that first experience. They say the Stoics were about virtue, not about getting ahead at work. These things are not asking to be judged by you. But at the same time, I think if you were to apply many of the principles of stoic philosophy to your modern life and career, efficiency, productivity, and success could follow. I write horror stories and screenplays on the side, and I like to host scary movie or scary game nights. The fact that he even took the time to question himself and ponder what it meant to be a good man is endearing.
The site was originally launched by and is currently owned by. In his announcement, Gordon confirmed that Alan Henry would take over as the interim editor pending interviewing processes. You have no idea how freeing it is to. Instead of hoping for a situation to go a certain way, you should ask for the ability to handle that situation well no matter what happens. Beyond the creative aspects of horror, I also believe scaring yourself in controlled environments is. In terms of some favorite lessons, I like: — , 10. On January 1, 2016, Whitson Gordon parted ways with Lifehacker to another popular technology website, How-To Geek, as their editor-in-chief replacing Lowell Heddings.
He has since moved on to write for the. It involves me taking a very long walk at least a couple miles while I do my deep thinking. On February 7, 2011, Lifehacker revealed a redesigned site with a cleaner layout. Aside from writing about the Stoics, Patrick is also a screenwriter, the producer behind the YouTube series Threshold, and he is currently finishing up a feature-length horror screenplay based on American Indian folklore, and exploring the darker aspects of modern life with short fiction. Life is full of fear, so why not accept that and train yourself to handle it more confidently? Alan Henry became the new editor-in-chief on February 1, 2016. Any good book recommendations, Stoic or otherwise? Explore Our Daily Stoic Store. Hopefully a few of them became interested in learning more about Stoicism.
Some of the more popular posts include: I was surprised by the response to the post. On February 3, 2017, Alan Henry left his position at Lifehacker. Stoicism puts both virtue and reason together in a way that makes sense to me. Usually this music has no words, and is very peaceful. Outside of the usual classics, nothing Stoic at the moment. The Stoics were often writing about finding stillness and tranquility.
From May 2014, former Lifehacker writer Adam Dachis hosted Supercharged, a podcast with the same theme and set-up, on which Lifehacker writers Alan Henry, Whitson Gordon, Eric Ravenscraft, Thorin Klosowski and Patrick Allen frequently co-hosted. On January 7, 2013, Adam Pash moved on from Lifehacker to a new , and Whitson Gordon became the new editor-in-chief. And did the reception of a particular post surprise you? Since then, a variety of tech-oriented advertisers have appeared on the site. On January 16, 2009, Trapani resigned as Lifehacker 's lead editor and Adam Pash assumed the position. Gizmodo Media announced Melissa Kirsch as his replacement in February 2017. Lifehacker was one of six websites that was purchased by in their acquisition of Gawker Media in August 2016. Putting that aside, is there something in that jumps out at you at being a great little life hack? I was blessed with the ability to fall asleep quite easily, so when I tried I was accidentally napping most of the time.
Other former associate editors include Wendy Boswell, Rick Broida, Jason Fitzpatrick, Kevin Purdy, and Jackson West. Then, on April 15, 2013, Lifehacker redesigned their site again to match the other newly redesigned Gawker sites, like. As of January 2017, Lifehacker has a weekly podcast called. Patrick Allan is a writer for one of the biggest productivity sites in the world. The blog posts cover a wide range of topics including: , , programs, and , as well as general life tips and tricks.