The screen time debate is pitting parents against each other
True wealth is not money. It’s the option to buy what you truly need.
If money can’t buy what you need, you’re on even footing with the poorest person out there.
And Joe said, “I’ve got something he can never have.”
And I said, “What on earth could that be, Joe?”
And Joe said, “The knowledge that I’ve got enough.”
If you read just one thing today, let it be this...eye-opening..
The best kind of content is empathetic to this disconnect. It pushes readers in a general direction while leaving all actions up to the readers themselves. This is rare, especially in formal journalism. I worked with editors in the past who would basically say, “I like this article, but it doesn’t tell readers what button to push in their ETrade account.” Drove me crazy.
As a writer, you add the most value acknowledging that you don’t know your reader. As a reader, you gain the most by remembering that the writer has no idea who you are.
Those who refuse to believe their resale value is nothing but a boxful of carbon and oxygen and nitrogen, are the ones who need a museum to be remembered by. Lutyens’ Bungalow Zone is that museum – a museum for the living, a museum for the dead, and a museum for the living dead
very important to question the source of all information these days...
A word is simply an approximation of a thought
And trying to solve social problems is a more complex undertaking than working to improve economic outcomes. It’s relatively clear how a change in tax policy or an adjustment to interest rates can make the economy grow faster or slower. It’s less obvious what, if anything, government can do to change forces that are driven by the human psyche.
Haha..Super fun for the language nerds..
That’s why people who understand superintelligent AI call it the last invention we’ll ever make—the last challenge we’ll ever face.
“AI has by now succeeded in doing essentially everything that requires ‘thinking’ but has failed to do most of what people and animals do ‘without thinking.'”