Hidalgo Fernandez

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Hidalgo Fernandez

5 days ago

Lessons Learned in Software Development

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Hidalgo Fernandez

5 days ago

Lessons Learned in Software Development

henrikwarne.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

18 days ago

Alguien dijo CERN?

The Real Science behind Scientology

scientificamerican.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

130 days ago

psychologytoday.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

166 days ago

Does Depression Have an Evolutionary Purpose?

nautil.us

Hidalgo Fernandez

187 days ago

Getting the most out of Redux + Sentry

medium.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

206 days ago

The Trouble With Scientists

nautil.us

Hidalgo Fernandez

215 days ago

Against Empathy: Why Emotion-Based Politics Lead to Inaction

bigthink.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

289 days ago

More than 20 large scale epidemiological studies all report the same clear relationship: the shorter your sleep, the shorter your life.

'Sleep should be prescribed': what those late nights out could be costing you

theguardian.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

306 days ago

There are two ways to be rich: One is by acquiring much, and the other is by desiring little.
 — Jackie French Koller

Life lessons on buying stuff

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Hidalgo Fernandez

306 days ago

Is Tribalism a Natural Malfunction?

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Hidalgo Fernandez

306 days ago

Anger can lead to action. Sadness can lead to acceptance. Guilt can lead to change. Excitement can lead to motivation.

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Hidalgo Fernandez

322 days ago

How Religion Got in the Way

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Hidalgo Fernandez

326 days ago

From Molecules to Megacities: How Life Scales

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Hidalgo Fernandez

337 days ago

What Would the World Be if There Were No Hunger?

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Hidalgo Fernandez

349 days ago

A pervasive sense of overwhelm is common these days. We feel like we have too many things to do, and not enough time to do them. We work tirelessly but rarely feel like we’re accomplishing anything of import. What’s wrong?

How to Feel Progress

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Hidalgo Fernandez

366 days ago

Let Go of the Learning Baggage

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Hidalgo Fernandez

369 days ago

Chaos Makes the Multiverse Unnecessary

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Hidalgo Fernandez

369 days ago

On the validity of mathematical models

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Hidalgo Fernandez

429 days ago

Design Theory and a Changing Scientific Worldview

medium.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

434 days ago

Scientific Education as a Cause of Political Stupidity

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Hidalgo Fernandez

467 days ago

We must race forward together, not only with the machines, but with each other.

Complex Curiosity

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Hidalgo Fernandez

494 days ago

Complex Curiosity

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Hidalgo Fernandez

494 days ago

The World as Representation

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Hidalgo Fernandez

501 days ago

most people suffer from what psychologists call “the transparency illusion”—the belief that what they feel, desire, and intend is crystal clear to others, even though they have done very little to communicate clearly what is going on inside their minds.

Mixed Signals: Why People Misunderstand Each Other

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Hidalgo Fernandez

501 days ago

most people suffer from what psychologists call “the transparency illusion”—the belief that what they feel, desire, and intend is crystal clear to others, even though they have done very little to communicate clearly what is going on inside their minds.

Mixed Signals: Why People Misunderstand Each Other

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Hidalgo Fernandez

505 days ago

What ISIS Really Wants

theatlantic.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

508 days ago

Reframing the Mind

educationnext.org

Hidalgo Fernandez

520 days ago

It’s safe to say that almost no one has ever had sex this way.

Maryland ponders dangerous 'affirmative consent' proposal

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Hidalgo Fernandez

520 days ago

we have allowed our attention to be monetized, if you want yours back you’re going to have to pay for it.

The Cost of Paying Attention

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Hidalgo Fernandez

520 days ago

Is ‘devouring’ books a sign of superficiality in a reader?

aeon.co

Hidalgo Fernandez

520 days ago

Our brains prefer instant rewards to long-term payoffs. It's simply a consequence of how our minds work.

The Akrasia Effect: Why We Don't Follow Through On What We Set Out to Do And What To Do About It

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Hidalgo Fernandez

521 days ago

Constructing URLs the easy way

bizcoder.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

524 days ago

Best Practices for Designing a Pragmatic RESTful API

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Hidalgo Fernandez

524 days ago

If you ask yourself what you spend your time on that's bullshit, you probably already know the answer. Unnecessary meetings, pointless disputes, bureaucracy, posturing, dealing with other people's mistakes, traffic jams, addictive but unrewarding pastimes.

Life is Short

paulgraham.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

527 days ago

Why Soft Skills Mean Hard Results in Business

psychologytoday.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

530 days ago

Engineering Management - Hiring

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Hidalgo Fernandez

530 days ago

Are you a satisficer or a maximizer?

gretchenrubin.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

544 days ago

Styled Components: Enforcing Best Practices In Component-Based Systems

smashingmagazine.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

545 days ago

Less Empathy, More Kindness

garrisoninstitute.org

Hidalgo Fernandez

549 days ago

Beware the Route to Evil

philsturgeon.uk

Hidalgo Fernandez

558 days ago

Prologue is the one after the end, right?

How I converted my React app to VanillaJS (and whether or not it was a terrible idea)

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Hidalgo Fernandez

572 days ago

Consciousness Began When the Gods Stopped Speaking

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Hidalgo Fernandez

576 days ago

Too much work can even lead to a complete shut-down that may require a leave of absence or medical treatment. The dreaded burnout

Why Deadlines Need to Drop Dead

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Hidalgo Fernandez

577 days ago

Scientologists hope Tom Cruise’s move to Florida will save them

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Hidalgo Fernandez

578 days ago

The mind-body connection between physical warmth and the feeling of being loved is real—and good for Starbucks’ business.

Here’s what happens to your body when you’re lonely

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Hidalgo Fernandez

588 days ago

The issue is identity. People treat opinions as badges of loyalty to a tribe or coalition. If “good people,” people like them, believe X, they will believe X.

The United States Is Not an Apocalyptic Wasteland, Explains Steven Pinker

motherboard.vice.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

589 days ago

“Don’t overthink it. Move in the direction of something that feels better than worse.”

Graduating and Looking for Your Passion? Just Be Patient

nytimes.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

591 days ago

if the distinction between right and wrong is also a product of brain wiring, why should we believe it is any more real than the distinction between red and green?

The Moral Instinct

nytimes.com

Hidalgo Fernandez

593 days ago

A New Theory Explains How Consciousness Evolved

theatlantic.com

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