Category: archive

  • A Twitter thread about 1-1 meetings.

    Today I published this as I am playing with the format, but in the near future, I’ll most likely develop all points in that thread as essays here.

  • New day, new format

    As we reached week 4 of 🚢 Ship 30 for 30, we started talking about Twitter threads. Years ago, I didn’t understand Twitter. Then I hated Twitter. I deleted my account. By meeting people whose intelligence I respect and love using Twitter, I realized I was simply using it wrong. Twitter is just a tool. […]

  • A message to my subscribers

    Hello Friend! If you are receiving this, it means that you subscribed to receive updates from my blog, paolo.blog (or maybe you even did that on paolobelcastro.com, which is the same blog, but the previous name). I recently started a weekly newsletter, Morfternight, and I started sharing content in there that I do not put […]

  • Cappuccino

    Cappuccino

    May 12th, 2006 – November 3rd, 2021 Good bye, Old Friend

  • Morfternight, my digital postcard

    Hello friend! If you are reading this, it means you have at some point subscribed to my blog, either at paolo.blog or paolobelcastro.com (they are the same, actually). I am sending this short note because I have recently launched Morfternight, my weekly newsletter, or “digital postcard”. I can’t send it to you unless you manually […]

  • Good Morfternight!

    Several years ago, as the teams I was leading were spanning 17 time zones, I started using “Good Morfternight” as a greeting to cover all times of the day, a bit like one says “Brunch” to mix breakfast and lunch. Fast forward to today, as I was thinking about a name for a newsletter I […]

  • #2020

    #2020

    Christmas tree: check!

  • Sunday Afternoon

    Sunday Afternoon
  • My coffee has a message for me!

    My coffee has a message for me!
  • A little summer project

    A little summer project

    Finally finished the last piece of my home office renovation project. This is going to be the mother of all future projects…