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    Akash Mishra
    @tucosaurus
    Hey all,
    I have pasted my incomplete summary of the war of art in the drive. The book is divided into 3 sections - I have covered sections 1 & 2. I am still evaluating what to summarize from section 3.
    eshnil
    @eshnil

    I have added all the books in our reading collection for book project as a learning plan here: https://learnawesome.org/items/a32877ab-27ee-4a51-a4ea-fd1da29eae02-learnawesome-the-book-project

    This will make it really easy to find related summaries, podcasts, videos, courses etc.

    The UI layout is currently broken. PRs welcome. Come to https://gitter.im/learn-awesome/meta for development.
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    @SlapBot @Ash0703 @devagul93 @tucosaurus and others.. how are we doing on the book summaries?
    @lastnamearya @cssbubble
    @vardhanapoorv_gitlab
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    Anybody else reading any books about learning?
    I spoke to a few publishers. It seems like self-publishing will be the best way forward. That means we can actually target for the January release of the book.
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    For others here who're missing the context here, some of us are writing the ultimate book about learning. We will summarize about 20 most popular books about learning from authors like Barbara Oakly, National Academies, Josh Waltzkin, Tim Ferris etc., apply those ideas to our personal learning projects and try to produce one comprehensive flowchart for optimally learning anything.
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    Thanks to @athityakumar, we now have FB/Twitter share links on topic and item page.
    Also, the search is fuzzier than earlier.
    Jigyasu Arya
    @lastnamearya
    I'm following this for a while & happy to share it here ~ Daily quotes from Robert Greene's book (C) Mastery
    https://twitter.com/GreeneMastery
    Akash Mishra
    @tucosaurus
    @eshnil I plan to finish off my summaries of The War of Art and The Art of Learning by this week.
    I am looking to start reading Ultralearning after I am through with the summaries.
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    @tucosaurus Great! If you look up Ultralearning on learnawesome.org, you will find a 30-minute video by the author which is a great summary by itself. :wink: :smile:
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    @SlapBot Are you reading anything from the list now?
    Ujjwal Gupta
    @SlapBot
    @eshnil not yet - looking to get done with a comprehensive report/summary according to the format mentioned for Pragmatic Learning by the end of week.
    Then might start with a light headed book as pragmatic in itself was quite a heavy one.
    Akash Mishra
    @tucosaurus
    https://www.scotthyoung.com/blog/ultralearning-webinar/
    Scott Youngs webinar for people who had pre-ordered his book Ultralearning.
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    @tucosaurus You can add this as a related video to the book.
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    Done
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    Let's plan to announce the landing page once we have 10 summaries in.
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    Someone posted our site on HN. Got some 400 odd user visits! :smile: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=21452772
    I think the real number should be at least 3X that, because most browsers and users block GA script these days.
    eshnil
    @eshnil

    Some of us are meeting IRL in an hour: https://twitter.com/Learn_Awesome/status/1193119322358476802

    If you are nearby, feel free to join :smile:

    eshnil
    @eshnil
    Mark ^ is the author of one of the books we are reading (Learning: A very short introduction)
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    This page will let you browse all our users (100 randomly selected ones for now): https://learnawesome.org/users/
    eshnil
    @eshnil
    How is the progress on books, folks?
    cssbubble
    @cssbubble
    Hi, I am not able to add new topic using my mobile.
    P T
    @tongaria_gitlab
    I'd recommend adding Mastery by Robert Greene and Tools for Titans by T Ferris to the list you're looking at to research. I've read more on similar topics. Will go through more of this thread, and add more inputs.
    I'm Parul
    @eshnil do you have a copy of Ultralearning?
    Also, I have a few books that I can give away, paperback
    eshnil
    @eshnil

    @tongaria_gitlab Yeah, Mastery is already on the list: https://learnawesome.org/items/a32877ab-27ee-4a51-a4ea-fd1da29eae02-learnawesome-the-book-project

    Yes, I have the book. You can find the author's video to get the core ideas: https://learnawesome.org/items/3d80ab9b-71d5-4837-bd48-64502f2a08bd-ultralearning

    Devansh Gulhane
    @devagul93

    Hey Folks, It's been a while, I was sick for the past 10 days and had been travelling, I have read Peak, and have the highlights ready, just need to compile the notes in the format.

    have also listened to ultralearning audiobook. but will target notes on Peak by this week end.

    eshnil
    @eshnil
    New Frontend to be built with GraphQL + NextJS + React : https://github.com/learn-awesome/learn-awesome-frontend
    The idea is to build it on the lines of LearnAnything.xyz's roadmap and ideas: https://github.com/learn-anything/docs/tree/master/docs Also decouple the backend and frontend work with GraphQL so that contributing becomes easier for more developers.
    Backend devs can then focus on importing more resources and connections to build the learning map.
    Apoorv Vardhan
    @vardhanapoorv_gitlab
    That's a good stack!
    Should be fun contributing to it.
    eshnil
    @eshnil

    https://roadmap.sh/roadmaps

    Links to these should be added as learning plans in our repo.

    eshnil
    @eshnil
    Added these ^.
    P T
    @tongaria_gitlab
    @eshnil yes I realised after scrolling up further into the conversation. It's a good book.
    Can I send this community for someone else to join ?
    I don't know what the moderation and membership policies are yet

    https://roadmap.sh/roadmaps

    This is a great resource.

    eshnil
    @eshnil
    @tongaria_gitlab Sure, feel free to invite others.
    eshnil
    @eshnil