Let me explore this question starting from thinking. Thinking, in its undefinable form, seems to be at the root of all cognitive tasks. Writing, like speaking, is interactive thinking. With each stroke or type, we materialise our thinking. We engage in a relationship with the page and attempt, through a sequence of such actions, at representing our thoughts. This is the first important property of writing, its genesis from the interaction between thoughts and symbols. This property is often implicit in the advice of writing to clarify one’s thoughts or to make a decision. …

Riccardo Volpato

Coding, writing, thinking and talking to live life fully