Hi! I’m Lorenzo. Welcome to my small corner of the Internet. I like self development, programming, startups, photography, and more.

Every Friday, I post something new and send out a newsletter with links to what I’ve been reading and some other things I find neat.

What is trms about? trms is for sharing my findings with you as I go about my life. I’m a bit of a generalist. So there’s some of everything. New reader? Start here.

Here are my ten latest articles, with a link for more at the bottom:

  • Toki Pona: The 120-Word Language
    There’s a language out there which distills life to 120 words. You can learn it in a weekend, and it’s actually good fun.
  • The Quiet Tech Toolkit
    In this post I’ll give you a couple of tricks and links to tools which, hopefully, will make your stay on the Internet just that little bit healthier and quieter.
  • Habits Need to Fit into Muscle Memory
    We sit down to think about it and no, we should not open the fridge door 20 times a day. Then the time comes, and we find ourselves doing it anyway. Why? My guess is that it has something to do with memory.
  • How to Stick with Resolutions (according to the Internet)
    There’s something irresistible about arbitrary deadlines.
  • The trms 2021 Year in Review
    ‘Tis that time of the year where one reflects upon the last twelve months.
  • Marketing for Technical Founders
    Welcome to the other side. This will be a brief overview, I’ll just show the basic principles in a way that makes sense.
  • Wise People Have Fun
    I may be wrong, but I think I have a general idea of what kind of person you are. If you’re anything like me, you are always on the lookout for ways to improve yourself.
  • The Tool Trap
    Craftsmen all do something different, yet there’s one thing bringing all of them together. The one thing we can all agree on. We want more tools.
  • Zero to Web Dev: Beginnings
    At its core, trms is the journal of a generalist. And what generalists do best is starting new things. So here I am starting something (relatively) new.
  • The Curse of Preparation
    There are two kinds of people. One doesn’t start doing something unless they think they are fully prepared. Others just start doing stuff, then figure it out along the way.

See them all here.