Rich Life, New AI Tool, & Police Complaint on Blockchain
“Nothing good gets away, as long as you create the space to let it emerge.”Paul Millerd
Last weekend, I traveled after a long time for leisure to catch up with a few friends.
It was a much-needed break before going home for Diwali.
This is because, for most people, Diwali is a festival of light, sweets, and celebration.
But for me, it is the test of my patience while being surrounded by relatives & parents.
Last year, I had an empty chair situation.
This year, I have a feeling it is going to be worse because the chair is still empty while I am now 30!
Anyway, here are 3 quick things I want to share this week:
Article of the Week: What is your rich life?
Everyone wants to be rich. Everyone desires money.
Most times, it is centered around a negative connotation along the lines of “I just don’t want to run out of money, ever.”
But very few times, we stop and ask ourselves:
- Why do you want to be rich?
- What does being rich mean to you?
When you ask these questions, you realize that money is just a small part of being rich.
It helps you figure out what you value, what your preferences are, and what makes your life interesting.
And the answer is different for everyone.
Tool of the Week: summarize.tech
It’s an AI tool that can summarize long videos on YouTube into short summaries.
And I must say it has been a game-changer ever since I discovered it!
For a long time, I wanted to watch Huberman Lab videos on YouTube but they tend to go over 2 hours.
Now I can quickly go through the summary of the entire video before deciding to watch the entire thing.
In Firozabad, India, Polygon used blockchain to design a transparent FIR (First Information Report) System and police complaint portal.
The system will be implemented on the Ethereum protocol, and it’s intended to be used by all citizens of Firozabad.
The purpose is to prevent any changes in the complaints later.
At present, this is a common occurrence in India where people can change statements or sometimes even police tamper with the information.
With the blockchain-powered system, nobody can erase or lose complaints.
People can easily track the progress of their cases & can get direct updates on the portal.
I have been exploring Web3 and blockchain on and off recently. But this piece of news made me understand the true potential of blockchain in a public utility scenario.
With that, it is a wrap! That is all from me this week, friend!
Wishing you a very Happy Diwali 🙂
Until next time