I have love-hate relationship with speech-to-text. I understand its practicality, but can't enter the flow state by using it. On the other hand, while I'm typing, it seems like there is a process in the back of my mind constantly thinking and pushing new ideas - the ones that I haven't really imagined typing down before I started.

Typing in itself is a thinking process for me. Can't get the same mental state with speech-to-text.

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Kindle is amazing. It is like a global library with the widest selection available to you with one click. Especially with Kindle Unlimited.

Together with Kindle + Audible, I am finishing on avg 2 books a week. Once done, I go through the highlights, brainstorm on them and add my notes to those highlights right on Kindle. Good one for knowledge retention. This, you can't do with physical books. Or you can do, but with enormously higher effort.

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