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Jason Dunn

2 days ago

The Growing Toll of Our Ever-Expanding Waistlines

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

11 days ago

Ace Your First Impression: Then Follow These 7 Steps to Keep Impressing

inc.com

Jason Dunn

11 days ago

Kids, Would You Please Start Fighting?

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

13 days ago

For the love of Earth, stop traveling

washingtonpost.com

Jason Dunn

13 days ago

How To Make Music A Useful Part Of Your Life Again

betterhumans.coach.me

Jason Dunn

20 days ago

A long, impactful read - how do we as parents help guide our children toward confidence and resilience? It made *me* incredibly anxious imagining myself as a parent of one of these kids. My heart goes out to any parent that has a teenager with levels of anxiety so high their lives are turned upside down by it. One thing is for certain: unlimited, unchecked, un-discussed smartphone and social media use for kids or teens is dangerous.

Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering From Severe Anxiety?

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

25 days ago

This was illuminating! I had no idea US doctors were paid so much more than doctors in other similar countries.

The problem of doctors’ salaries

politico.com

Jason Dunn

39 days ago

North Dakota’s Norway Experiment

motherjones.com

Jason Dunn

39 days ago

The flaws a Nobel Prize-winning economist wants you to know about yourself

qz.com

Jason Dunn

41 days ago

The Frightful Five Want to Rule Entertainment. They Are Hitting Limits.

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

41 days ago

If you're a parent, please read this.

We Need to Talk About Kids and Smartphones

time.com

Jason Dunn

46 days ago

Technology is destroying the most important asset in your life

qz.com

Jason Dunn

54 days ago

Boston University’s CTE Breakthrough Could Forever Change Football

theringer.com

Jason Dunn

54 days ago

An interesting take on the intersection between economics and marriage.

How Did Marriage Become a Mark of Privilege?

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

64 days ago

Why it’s so hard for Americans to save for retirement

washingtonpost.com

Jason Dunn

65 days ago

Why is it so hard to swat a fly?

bbc.co.uk

Jason Dunn

65 days ago

Meet the CamperForce, Amazon's Nomadic Retiree Army

wired.com

Jason Dunn

67 days ago

Excellent, in-depth reporting on the rising heat problem.

The race against heat

theverge.com

Jason Dunn

74 days ago

Is this the end of sex?

newstatesman.com

Jason Dunn

77 days ago

Dr Con Man: the rise and fall of a celebrity scientist who fooled almost everyone

theguardian.com

Jason Dunn

82 days ago

Steve Bannon believed in Trumpism. Donald Trump doesn’t.

vox.com

Jason Dunn

82 days ago

A very interesting look at the reality of what corporations do when their taxes are cut. Here's a hint: it's not usually what they promise. 🙄

It’s a Myth That Corporate Tax Cuts Mean More Jobs

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

83 days ago

Leather grown using biotechnology is about to hit the catwalk

economist.com

Jason Dunn

98 days ago

Tech’s Damaging Myth of the Loner Genius Nerd

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

106 days ago

Why Americans Get Conned Again and Again

theatlantic.com

Jason Dunn

106 days ago

She needs a job. The economy is in great shape. It should be easy, right?

washingtonpost.com

Jason Dunn

108 days ago

Democracy is dying – and it’s startling how few people are worried

theguardian.com

Jason Dunn

108 days ago

Why Health Care Policy Is So Hard

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

109 days ago

It amazes me a bit that this is considered "new", but it exaons why so many companies have terrible product pages. They haven't been paying attention.

As Amazon’s Influence Grows, Marketers Scramble to Tailor Strategies

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

110 days ago

Be skeptical of the hype around ANY demographic.

New research shows “digital natives” are no better at technology than the rest of us

qz.com

Jason Dunn

115 days ago

This will strike many as controversial but as a parent I find it very interesting and underscores the importance of reading at home and teaching kids persistence.

Why there’s no such thing as a gifted child

theguardian.com

Jason Dunn

120 days ago

The hidden origins of Monopoly. Amazing!

Monopoly was invented to demonstrate the evils of capitalism

aeon.co

Jason Dunn

120 days ago

Content isn't king

ben-evans.com

Jason Dunn

120 days ago

What's Actually Wrong With the U.S. Health System

theatlantic.com

Jason Dunn

121 days ago

I agree completely with this: your life will be better after you turn off app notifications. I only have call, Google Voice texts, WhatsApp, and email notificationa turned on. I use my phone when I want, not when it demands I look at it.

Turn Off Your Push Notifications. All of Them

wired.com

Jason Dunn

121 days ago

A Brutal Truth About Success That Few People Are Willing to Admit

inc.com

Jason Dunn

121 days ago

A fascinating look at how Venmo changes our interactions with each other.

Thanks to Venmo, We Now All Know How Cheap Our Friends Are

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

125 days ago

I can't wait to watch this. #KenBurns shines light on things in a special way.

Why The Vietnam War Is Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s Most Ambitious Project Yet

vanityfair.com

Jason Dunn

129 days ago

Why do we think poor people are poor because of their own bad choices?

theguardian.com

Jason Dunn

135 days ago

A leading happiness researcher says we’re giving our kids bad advice about how to succeed in life

qz.com

Jason Dunn

138 days ago

Why You Still Can’t Trust Your Financial Adviser

bloomberg.com

Jason Dunn

138 days ago

Cats are an extreme outlier among domestic animals

arstechnica.com

Jason Dunn

139 days ago

This is worth reading. No culture should be able to define the art, music, or expression of another. I find that deeply disturbing. 😐

In Defense of Cultural Appropriation

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

139 days ago

Kevin Bacon: Money is Hard for Creative People

wealthsimple.com

Jason Dunn

139 days ago

Real data. Very interesting conclusions!

More Guns, Less Crime? 37 Years of Data Suggest the Opposite Is True

thetrace.org

Jason Dunn

139 days ago

Alibaba founder Jack Ma has a brutal theory of how America went wrong over the past 30 years

independent.co.uk

Jason Dunn

144 days ago

iOS 11 preview: keep it simple, smarty

theverge.com

Jason Dunn

149 days ago

It's sad the way parents have failed to prepare their kids for real life. 😒

On Campus, Failure Is on the Syllabus

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

149 days ago

If you're not paying attention to how you onboard your employees, you're not going to get what you need from them.

Your New Hires Won’t Succeed Unless You Onboard Them Properly

hbr.org

Jason Dunn

149 days ago

This is a long, well-researched piece that blows apart the fiction of how samurai have been presented to us. Like King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, our modern interpretation is 90% idealized fiction and 10% reality. And that's OK, so long as we don't pretend otherwise.

Bushido: Way of Total Bullshit Everything Tom Cruise taught you about samurai is wrong

tofugu.com

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