Salonee Sanghvi

Fintech Co-Founder (@HL Investrade). Vegetarian Food and Travel Blogger (@foodalong). Psychology Enthusiast. Devours Books.

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Salonee Sanghvi

30 days ago

Interesting ancillary impact on insurance, marketing etc

Long Road Ahead: The Promise — and Perils — of Self-driving Cars

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30 days ago

“If you want to be tougher, be tougher.”

8 Ways to Develop Mental Toughness

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30 days ago

80% of the earnings go to the top 1%

Why Are Young Billionaires So Boring?

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84 days ago

Seems power actually corrupts the brain. Biologically.

Power Causes Brain Damage

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92 days ago

Using hardware to track cyber attacks. Interesting approach.

How a Student Competition Led to a New Cyber Security Approach

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92 days ago

6 billion cockroaches being breed for medicine on a single farm. That’s higher than the entire human population.

A giant indoor farm in China is breeding 6 billion cockroaches a year. Here's why

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212 days ago

The formation of moral values in society doesn’t come from the evolution of the consensus. No, it is the most intolerant person who imposes virtue on others precisely because of that intolerance.

The Most Intolerant Wins: The Dictatorship of the Small Minority

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237 days ago

This is the age of protected feelings purchased at the cost of permanent infantilization.

The Dying Art of Disagreement

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262 days ago

The web is no longer neutral

The Web began dying in 2014, here's how

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273 days ago

Be illogical

Rory Week – Illogic (1/5)

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276 days ago

Will Nation-States evolve to City-States ?

Return of the city-state

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281 days ago

Can the Scandinavian economic model work elsewhere ?

Northern Lights

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293 days ago

Zapped to learn Netherlands is actually the 2nd largest exporter of food. Wonder how feasible this model is elsewhere.

This Tiny Country Feeds the World

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295 days ago

Understanding human behaviour or influencing it replacing free will

Facebook’s war on free will

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343 days ago

A peek behind craft culture

The White Lies of Craft Culture

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352 days ago

Habits take otherwise difficult tasks and make them easy. Reaching your goal using habits.

Habits vs. Goals: A Look at the Benefits of a Systematic Approach to Life

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360 days ago

“What pain do you want to sustain?"

You probably know to ask yourself, “What do I want?” Here’s a way better question

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360 days ago

By looting the libraries and archives of their enemies, the Nazis tried to take control over the memory and history of the victims.

Why did the Nazis steal so many books?

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373 days ago

There’s not a single exception. All screen activities are linked to less happiness, and all nonscreen activities are linked to more happiness.

Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?

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380 days ago

The robots are not taking over just yet.

The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Why the Hype Has Outrun Reality

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380 days ago

Is the Indian Economy Poised for a New Phase of Growth?

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381 days ago

Why Old-fashioned Board Games Thrive in the Internet Age

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381 days ago

Should America’s Tech Giants Be Broken Up?

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381 days ago

Anatomy of a Lynching

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383 days ago

Consequently, by 2050 a new class of people might emerge – the useless class. People who are not just unemployed, but unemployable.

The meaning of life in a world without work

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433 days ago

Why small cities can generate big ideas

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450 days ago

The human body - next to be disrupted ?

The Body Is Not a Computer—Stop Thinking of It as One

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450 days ago

Making lesser decisions

Latticework of Mental Models: Decision Fatigue

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468 days ago

It's always about land

Is China the World’s New Colonial Power?

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469 days ago

Selling is as important as buying

When to Sell a Stock?

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474 days ago

Everything Is Fucked and I’m Pretty Sure It’s the Internet’s Fault

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477 days ago

Makes so much sense

The Purpose Of Life Is Not Happiness: It’s Usefulness

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478 days ago

How the Stock Market Affects Corporate Decision-making

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479 days ago

The Agony of High Returns

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479 days ago

Imagining the Retail Store of the Future

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479 days ago

Is It Time to Break Up Google?

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481 days ago

You’re Too Busy. You Need a ‘Shultz Hour.’

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496 days ago

The refugee has to be less capable than the native, needier; he must stay in his place. That’s the only way gratitude will be accepted. Once he escapes control, he confirms his identity as the devil. All day I wondered, has this been true in my own experience? If so, then why all the reverence for the refugees who succeed against the odds, the heartwarming success stories? And that’s precisely it – one can go around in this circle forever, because it contains no internal logic. You’re not enough until you’re too much. You’re lazy until you’re a greedy interloper.

The ungrateful refugee: ‘We have no debt to repay’

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527 days ago

An interesting perspective on why people use the alternate banking system

An Ivy League professor who spent 4 months working in a South Bronx check-cashing store says we're getting it all wrong

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527 days ago

Away from the hustle bustle of traffic #BucketList

A magical town where there are no roads and ducks are the loudest sound you’ll hear

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528 days ago

An interesting analysis on copycat investing. Never realised there's so much money on the table.

Beyond Buffett: How To Build Wealth Copying 9 Other Value Stock Pickers

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537 days ago

Why Humans Distrust Algorithms – and How That Can Change

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555 days ago

Knowing that a given movie or a given brand has a certain number of likes isn’t as impactful as knowing it has a certain amount of recommendations.”

Why Product Recommendations Can Lead to Bad Decisions

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555 days ago

Seth Klarman on Trump

A Quiet Giant of Investing Weighs In on Trump

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573 days ago

Lot has already been written about Uber. But a good insight into the company nonetheless.

Uber's bold move

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587 days ago

Instagram and the Cult of the Attention Web: How the Free Internet is Eating Itself

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598 days ago

Never realised Fake News was such an epidemic !!

The Year of the Lie

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601 days ago

Behind the Sriracha craze that's taken over the world

The highly unusual company behind Sriracha, the world’s coolest hot sauce

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601 days ago

Price is always King. Be it in the stock markets or in demonetisation.

Demonetization: What does the world’s most unbiased reporter say?

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604 days ago

Guess you can die from a broken heart after all

Can You Die From a Broken Heart?

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