Maciej Bliziński

You won't believe what a skeptic I am.

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Maciej Bliziński

15 days ago

The Guide to Strong Boundaries

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Maciej Bliziński

81 days ago

The Key to Avoiding Weight Gain as You Get Older Probably Isn't What You Think

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Maciej Bliziński

83 days ago

A Counterintuitive Way to Improve Your Reading Skills

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Maciej Bliziński

84 days ago

Forget mindfulness, stop trying to find yourself and start faking it

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Maciej Bliziński

88 days ago

The "Do Something" Principle

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Maciej Bliziński

91 days ago

Every Successful Relationship Is Successful for the Same Exact Reasons

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Maciej Bliziński

92 days ago

There's a conflict of interest. Maximizing shareholder value had nothing to do with providing people with food that is good for them.

Big Food Corporations Are Making The World Fat

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Maciej Bliziński

98 days ago

The 4 biggest reasons why inequality is bad for society

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Maciej Bliziński

99 days ago

Why You Hate Contemporary Architecture

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Maciej Bliziński

115 days ago

Smart kids eventually grow up

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Maciej Bliziński

115 days ago

Emotions 101: How to Reveal and Heal What You Feel

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Maciej Bliziński

128 days ago

Every Successful Relationship Is Successful for the Same Exact Reasons

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Maciej Bliziński

136 days ago

Minimalism: A beginner's guide

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Maciej Bliziński

193 days ago

Reading makes you better at reading

Sorry, But Speed Reading Won’t Help You Read More

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Maciej Bliziński

194 days ago

How to Disagree

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Maciej Bliziński

197 days ago

3 Pages Every Morning: Why I Started a Daily Ritual and How I Stuck With It

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Maciej Bliziński

229 days ago

The Forgotten Life of Einstein's First Wife

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Maciej Bliziński

232 days ago

A long but interesting read about what "driving engagement" did to Facebook.

Inside the Two Years That Shook Facebook—and the World

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Maciej Bliziński

246 days ago

This Is Not a Tech Detox

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Maciej Bliziński

249 days ago

Why do poor Americans eat so unhealthfully? Because junk food is the only indulgence they can afford

latimes.com

Maciej Bliziński

258 days ago

Not an easy read. I was a bit disappointed by the "mindfulness!" part as a solution, but right up to that point I thought, "wow, this is exactly how I think this works!"

Are you sleepwalking now?

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Maciej Bliziński

259 days ago

You should’ve asked

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Maciej Bliziński

260 days ago

When Generosity Means Saying “No”

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Maciej Bliziński

267 days ago

When we must and we can't

Sometimes giving a person a choice is an act of terrible cruelty

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Maciej Bliziński

274 days ago

'Dear Mr. Google Manifesto': Epic Response From Chemical Engineer, Corp VP, Mom Of 5

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Maciej Bliziński

275 days ago

The Life-Changing Habit of Journaling (Why Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, and Many More Great Minds Recommend it)

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Maciej Bliziński

275 days ago

Not the easiest article to read, but the main idea is very interesting: the way to approach groups of people depends on whether the group in question is ideological or not.

The limits of tolerance

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Maciej Bliziński

279 days ago

Key term: mosaic.

The non-binary brain

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Maciej Bliziński

279 days ago

"Expressing sexual interest is inherently messy and, frankly, nonconsensual — one person, typically the man, bites the bullet by expressing interest in the other (...)"

Publicly, We Say #MeToo. Privately, We Have Misgivings.

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Maciej Bliziński

281 days ago

I'm wondering what else is possible. For example, could there be a method that lets a patient compose text in an unassisted way? Or, is there any other way if interfacing with the brain?

How science found a way to help coma patients communicate

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Maciej Bliziński

283 days ago

It's interesting to make the distinction between buying things you need, and shopping.

My Year of No Shopping

nytimes.com

Maciej Bliziński

283 days ago

The idea of a single deck with everything is interesting. I think I still want to keep language vocabulary separate, but apart from that it could be a fun activity to review concepts in a random order, allowing my mind to make new associations.

Anki Tips: What I Learned Making 10,000 Flashcards

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Maciej Bliziński

283 days ago

The Polish Ballerina Who Shot Nazis on Her Way to the Gas Chamber

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Maciej Bliziński

323 days ago

Are we heading for a sugar crash?

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Maciej Bliziński

331 days ago

The Most Important Lesson I Learned During My Social Media Detox

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Maciej Bliziński

332 days ago

It helps if you know at least the outline of the story in Macbeth.

Down the Rabbit Hole: The Obsessive Fans of Sleep No More

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Maciej Bliziński

344 days ago

If you want to debate the Googler’s Manifesto and you’re also a good person

medium.com

Maciej Bliziński

344 days ago

An Open Letter to The Google Memo Writer From Debbie Sterling, Engineer and Founder, GoldieBlox

womenyoushouldknow.net

Maciej Bliziński

345 days ago

Read YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki's Response to the Controversial Google Anti-Diversity Memo

fortune.com

Maciej Bliziński

346 days ago

The Visible Hand cleaning up after the Invisible one.

Priory Hall refurbishment bill likely to exceed €36.4m

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Maciej Bliziński

348 days ago

You Will Hate Your Husband After Your Kid Is Born

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Maciej Bliziński

372 days ago

Every time I hear about success cases, I think about these bombers and their wings.

Survivorship Bias

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Maciej Bliziński

377 days ago

‘We are with you Catalunya’ – the revolt in Spain is bigger than flags and language

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Maciej Bliziński

383 days ago

Surgery Is One Hell Of A Placebo

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Maciej Bliziński

397 days ago

In the Humanities class in highschool I learned about several movements, each following a cycle of raising, degeneration, and falling. Each was roughly a decade long. Then as an adult, I lived to see one of them.

From the Enlightenment to the Dark Ages: How “new atheism” slid into the alt-right

salon.com

Maciej Bliziński

410 days ago

More on the topic of intolerance of intolerance. Or, that adversarial reaction to intolerance is not intolerance.

Tolerance is not a moral precept

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Maciej Bliziński

410 days ago

This is how I will do taxes.

How to Get Excited About Topics That Bore You

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Maciej Bliziński

414 days ago

I'm suspecting than in some 10 or 20 years, the constant use of distractions will be regarded similarly as smoking tobacco is today.

I kicked my smartphone addiction by retraining my brain to enjoy being bored

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Maciej Bliziński

425 days ago

Studio Ghibli made some stories that had this characteristic. Spirited Away is my favorite one.

The significance of plot without conflict

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Maciej Bliziński

425 days ago

This is counterintuitive: We think that those who don't think about morality are more moral.

If you want people to trust you, stick to commonsense morality

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