I like creating playlists on Spotify 🎵 with custom artworks of my own design. Below, I share the most recent playlist that I created.
I also enjoy learning about music genres and discovering new ones. I have a small project called “Change the way you listen” devoted to my lovely dog that I lost in 2020. The website shows your listening analysis based on your Spotify data and suggests customizable playlists based on your most listened artists. The source code is also public on GitHub.
Too many books, too little time! Lately, I came to the realization that even if I read 20 books every year, I can only finish 1000 books in 50 years which is a very little number when you think about all the books that you can find in a library. So, I started to read as regularly as I can.
I use Goodreads to join reading challenges, connect with book worm 🐛 friends, read reviews and discover new books that might be closer to my taste.
Still, I keep a list of all my books on a Notion database that shows my recently-read books, reading timeline and wish list. I find it so much neater to keep everything I read in a table / timeline format together with the book details. If you like the layout, you can copy the same database and create one as your own.
I have recently finished the book “The Almanack of Naval Ravikant” and wanted to do a reflection writing specifically on several highlights from the book that stuck with me. This post is by no means a summary or review of […]
Generative music apps are changing the way you listen to music.
In the search of new articles and other resources, I have found a new community that might get the interest of all women in tech. The community is a book club called STEMMinist for the people who are interested in STEMM. […]