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  2. Through fiction, @davidw speculates about Bitcoin's future.
  3. App distribution needs fixing and @franzap has some ideas.
  4. @Natalia troubleshoots missing payments in her light wallet so you don't have to.
  5. We have @tptrevethan on for an AMA shortly after Mercury layer's launch.
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The science of why you have great ideas in the shower
Rather than constantly grinding away at a problem or desperately seeking a flash of inspiration, research from the last 15 years suggests that people may be more likely to have creative breakthroughs or epiphanies when they’re doing a habitual task that doesn’t require much thought—an activity in which you’re basically on autopilot. This lets your mind wander or engage in spontaneous cognition or “stream of consciousness” thinking, which experts believe helps retrieve unusual memories and generate new ideas.

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Glad to have two of my posts being featured under the ~meta category
Write on!
172 sats \ 2 replies \ @brave 4 Feb
I like the 3rd article from your list
22 sats \ 1 reply \ @k00b OP 4 Feb
It's fantastic and super well researched! @franzap brought the heat with that one.
Thank you! I'm humbled by all the comments I received on the article, and by the mention on SNL (which I regularly listen to)
zap.store is my attempt to fix all this, I'm working on an MVP!