The best moment in 2013 was switching to working for myself. Although, I have yet to make a sustainable income.
The biggest letdown in 2013 was 47 Ronin. Keanu, I still have hope.
The best non-fiction book I read in 2013 was “The Antidote” by Oliver Burkeman. It discusses what I believe to be several essential philosophies in a very approachable way. (stoicism, buddhism, etc.)
The best fiction book I read in 2013 was “Ender’s Game” by Orson Scott Card. I just love the a-ha moment.
The biggest tech trend in 2013 was the rise of Bitcoin and distributed applications (or decentralized technologies). More on this soon.
The best personal change in 2013 was getting rid of 90% of my belongings and limiting everything I own to fit into a carry-on and a backpack. Now, every time I travel, I literally take ALL my belongings with me.
My favorite podcast of 2013 was Radiolab. A combination of fascinating content, captivating narration, and great production and editing.
Thanks to David Lee for the format used above, borrowed from his post “My 2013 Listicle”.