As we navigate our careers, we often have a list of aspirations that we strive to achieve. Whether it’s to run our own company, to travel the world, or to have more freedom and flexibility in our work, we all have different goals in mind. However, sometimes we realize that our ultimate goal might not be what we initially thought it was. In a recent voice memo, I came to this realization myself.
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I’ve always been a chaotic reader.
I’m a big fan of Cal Newport. I’ve read all of his books, and been listening to his podcast over the past few months.
There are numerous apps for transcribing voice memos on iOS. If you’re looking for best accuracy, you might be interested in trying Whisper Memos.
Firebase documentation about Dynamic Links has pretty outdated and misleading instructions.
I had a long flight yesterday, and picked up book called Peak Mind in one of the airport stores.
Over the past two weekends, I decided to build a new app. Whisper Memos. In short, it’s an iOS app that lets you record a voice memo, converts to text using OpenAI Whisper technology, and sends you an email with the transcription.