Chris answers viewer questions about his latest video and how he designs patterns for his videos.
It was only a matter of time. Either Lego would license/partner with Minecraft – which at this point seems moot since Minecraft has Microsoft money so why do they need Lego? – or build their own version of Minecraft with Lego:
The game, which is listed as being an early access title on Steam, is single-player only right now and has you exploring the brick world and unlocking new discoveries “from cowboys and giraffes to vampires and polar bears, to steamrollers, race cars, and colossal digging machines!”
Interestingly, it turns out that many, many of the decisions I’m a part of day-to-day and week-to-week rate pretty low on the scale. It’s rare that I find myself beyond a five, which is probably right. Someone said to me once: if everything is an emergency, then nothing is. Similarly, if I’m a ten-out-of-ten on every single decision I’m ever a part of, how can anyone know or trust me when I say something’s very important to me? Having an internal barometer for what’s important and what’s less critical is incredibly useful for helping others trust your responses to ideas and proposals.
So much time in meetings is wasted on things nobody really cares about.
Chris has a big announcement to make, email newsletter pricing, being a pack rat, and how easy it is to do advertising on Facebook.
Links and Show Notes
Sony NEX-5R/B 16.1 MP Compact Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD – Body Only (Black): Amazon.ca: Camera & Photo
Follow up on European VAT and Gumroad saving the day, heart and stress issues, and the story of Sam's Make a Wish trip.
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