I’m a huge fan of Paul Graham.
Paul is the co-founder of Y Combinator and one of the greatest essayist of modern era.
I’ve read I guess 70% of his essays, several of them multiple times (I reached double digits re-readings count on The age of the Essay) and I’ve already shared some of his essays in my Learning Journals with you in the past months.
A good chunk of my life philosophy has been influenced by Paul’s writing. I wish I had his writings available when I was younger. Luckily you, 20-years-younger-than-me reader, have access today to his entire body of work.
Few months ago this crazy idea popped up in my mind: I wanted to write The Almanack of Paul Graham.
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