How New Ideas Happen

Pawl Nolbert / Unsplash

“The first step to a new cosmogony is a step back” — Paul Feyerbend, Against Method

Raise your hand if you’ve murdered an idea. 

I have. It’s a very strange habit.

Learn more

This post is for
paying subscribers

Subscribe →

Or, login.

Read this next:

Superorganizers

The Four Kinds of Side Hustles

The CEO of Kettle and Fire breaks down how he thinks about side business opportunities

362 Sep 16, 2020 by Justin Mares

Superorganizers

The CEO of No

How entrepreneur Andrew Wilkinson turns emails into opportunities

414 Sep 11, 2020 by Dan Shipper

Superorganizers

The CEO with an Empty Calendar

How the founder of Doist manages a team of 80 without meetings

190 Aug 11, 2020

Almanack

Good Crypto Investing Decisions

It wasn't all bad

24 Jul 2, 2022 by Nat Eliason

Tokens, But How?

Decentralized Autonomous Cities

Envisioning the future of human coordination with Cabin DAO founder Jon Hillis

2 Jun 29, 2022 by Joey DeBruin and Sari Azout

Thanks for reading Every!

Sign up for our daily email featuring the most interesting thinking (and thinkers) in tech.

Subscribe

Already a subscriber? Login