Curiosity Crossroads has been on “indefinite hiatus” for quite some time as you may know. In 2015, I switched my focus to compiling curated ebooks on a variety of topics with the goal being to help teach people and share valuable information in a more substantial form.
This series of “learning guides” I dubbed “The Curiosity Guide To” series.
In 2015, I completed the following:
Guide to Computer Programming for Beginners
Guide to Japanese for Beginners
Guide to English for native Spanish speakers
Guide to Superstition, Phobia, Luck, and Fear
Guide to Logical Fallacies
Guide to Educational Podcasts and YouTube channels
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Guide of Curated Quotes on Life, Love, Leadership, Happiness, and More
Two more published in January:
Guide to Personal Identity Concepts
Guide to Negative, Manipulative, Toxic and Abusive People
Published in February:
Guide to Restore Your Faith In Good People
However, 2015 was not the most creative year for me, I sort of sacrificed that in large part to make headway on research/writing. But! It is a new year, new circumstances, and I decided it was time to tap back into my creativity. So I started a new project which I dubbed “Creativity Crossroads”. It’s a simpler blog, meant to showcase the various different things I create (whether music, poetry, photos, art, or designs).
Noise in my Head (again)
This morning I also sent out a batch of initial emails to people who I want to interview for a reboot of my old podcast. I don’t know yet what will happen with that, but it’s something I’d like to do again, even if not as regularly as before.
There are also a few other ideas I’m kicking around in my head, so keep your eyes peeled on Creativity Crossroads and AdamEmanon.com for new developments!
Regular readers of this blog know that every 2-4 weeks I would do a post roundup, a master list of all the things I posted about over that time at a glance. Now vigrx plus review that the project is done, here is a master list of the master lists. Each roundup typically has around 20-30 links/posts each (tells you how much I posted about).
I will soon be launching an email newsletter which will be a more focused, refined version of what this blog started as. Stay tuned!
Each post has relevant/related posts linked at the bottom, so feel free to explore!
It’s that time again!
Learn a little bit about genetics
– A quote graphic that is right at home here
– Things get real for a moment, because reality is often better than sensationalism
– A website founded so that you can make donation towards life-saving surgeries, kind of like Kiva for life instead of small businesses
– An article that is a friendly reminder to not fool yourself, planning is good and important, but without action, plans are just plans
An article that gives some unfortunate truth about bike safety
– One man gives back to his community in an admirable way
– If you’ve ever said this to someone, you might want to read this comic
– One man goes traveling for 18 months during which he does not have or use a cell phone. These are his insights
– Something written by a friend of mine in light of Robin Williams and Depression, that I thought was so well said I had to feature it
– Science can be very surprising sometimes
– An ingenius vending machine type device in Istanbul that encourages recycling, and compassion
– A simple sticker based project from Switzerland that might be helpful to you
– One of the world (sort of) through a dog’s eyes, the other of an animal you don’t see every day
– Go check out “Signs”, and learn some sign language
– Your average 6-8 character password will likely take just a few minutes to crack. Want one that will take over a million years?
– Another quote graphic that resonated so I featured it
– There’s (still) a lot of confusion out there about introverts, here’s a bit more info to help you understand
– Need something fixed? Want to learn how to do it yourself? This is the place to go (once a month)
– Wonder how much you remember about science from what you studied in school? Find out
– Really amazing story of animal intelligence, empathy, and sign language
– Attempting to define yourself is like trying to bite your own teeth
– Why can’t you put metal in a microwave? find out
– Ever seen an animal (or person) with two different coloured eyes? Come learn what that’s all about
– New app lets you find platonic cuddle partners in your area, since we VigRx Plus literally need physical touch as beings and often don’t get it outside of relationships
– It comes down to principles and policy
– Psychology today explains why we always need a goal to work towards
If you’ve ever wondered, here’s the answer
– Before you jump on the Ello hype train, this is worth reading
– Oppression is complicated, there are a lot of interlinked, moving parts