So I Just Read This

I like reading. I want to share the interesting findings as well as laying down the mental picture I have been building.

Here, I write about the books I just read. This will help me follow my own thread and maybe help you learn a thing or two along the way. You will also find interview transcripts in the So I Just Met Someone series.

Hop on and enjoy.


  • SIJRT #5 – What's mine is mine

    February 16, 2020 by

    So I just read “Capital et Idéologie” by Thomas Piketty. This book is about history and more specifically the history of ideologies. The author studies how economic inequalities and their justification evolved in the last centuries. I think it’s worth the reading. It gave me more hindsight regarding the current state of society and the… Read more

  • SIJRT #4 – The good life

    December 14, 2019 by

    The thread So I just read “Stillness is the key” by Ryan Holiday. The book is about the knowledge of self and the pursuit of happiness. Because what’s the point of having a head full of knowledge if you are not at peace with yourself ? Nobody realizes just how much they love someone while… Read more

  • SIJRT #3 – Debt and hangover

    December 11, 2019 by

    If you are interested in learning about large systemic changes that potentially mean the ruin of millions of people, this book is for you. It is about credit and debt and how they are embedded in society. Just like alcohol or lack of sleep, a bit of it is “ok” (and may even help sometimes) but get used to it and you slowly implode. 100% guarantee.

  • SIJMS #1 : Vires in numeris

    November 26, 2019 by

    So I Just Met Someone. A few Fridays ago I sat with Vincent to chat about his experience as a developer and CTO within the Bitcoin universe. If you are new to this and never heard about Bitcoin, imagine Bitcoin as a network of users sharing code that does one useful stuff: create and transact… Read more

  • SIJRT #2 : Two monkeys one brain

    October 28, 2019 by

    “Thinking, Fast and Slow” So I just read “Thinking, Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman. Long story short, the book explores what is behind your decisions and thoughts process and mostly, what were the mistakes along the way. It is easy, empiric, fun and more often than not, you see how goofy your thought process… Read more

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