Kristoffer Tjalve

I am naive.

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Kristoffer Tjalve

8 days ago

To-test list 💯💯💯💯

Following the 10,000-experiment rule means starting your day with not just a to-do list but a “to-test” list like Leonardo Da Vinci.

Forget The 10,000-Hour Rule; Edison, Bezos, & Zuckerberg Follow The 10,000-Experiment Rule

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Kristoffer Tjalve

8 days ago

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There are two ways to show up in a community: as a consumer or as a co-creator.

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Kristoffer Tjalve

8 days ago

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This is a deeply dark time, in which the structures we have built to sustain ourselves are being used against us — all of us — in systematic and automated ways.

Something is wrong on the internet

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Kristoffer Tjalve

32 days ago

I smell 🔥 #TakeMyCash

Ultimately, the company plans to use this virtuous cycle to optimize every stage of what they call the “content lifecycle”: Creation, Curation, Recommendation and Interaction.

The Hidden Forces Behind Toutiao: China’s Content King

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Kristoffer Tjalve

32 days ago

This is a decent analysis of Tesla production line. Let's have more of this!

S3X Appeal

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Kristoffer Tjalve

44 days ago

"“Something happens when there’s two or three of you on a swing,” says Christiansen. “Once you’ve found your balance, you can create a much more powerful movement and a higher level of energy. The whole process [of the piece] is focusing on the power of collaboration.”"

SUPERFLEX’s Swinging Playground at the Tate Is More Than Just Entertainment

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Kristoffer Tjalve

123 days ago

Good reminder.

Go back and read the original work

Misinterpreting the Growth Mindset: Why We're Doing Students a Disservice

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Kristoffer Tjalve

131 days ago

New wave of biz needed

Replace Marketing With Purpose And Meaning

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Kristoffer Tjalve

147 days ago

Best 24 pieces of advice ever given

Werner Herzog Offers 24 Pieces of Filmmaking & Life Advice

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Kristoffer Tjalve

147 days ago

Build different.

Be More Productive. Take Time Off.

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Kristoffer Tjalve

147 days ago

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Most of us are slaves to our chronological age.
“The question we were asking was would blood sugar level follow real or perceived time,” says Langer. “And the answer is perceived time.” This was a striking illustration of psycholog

Why You Can’t Help But Act Your Age

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Kristoffer Tjalve

147 days ago

Another awesome read from The Atlantic! 😴

How to Sleep

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Kristoffer Tjalve

151 days ago

Stay real, human.

We know that you feel like using words like ONLY, NEVER, PERMANENT and NOTICE, but we'd rather hear from someone we like instead.

Microcopy in the age of the glance

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Kristoffer Tjalve

151 days ago

Hey Seth, I rarely disagree with you, but this is a stretch and an oversimplification of what's popular!

Greatest hits are exhausting

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Kristoffer Tjalve

152 days ago

Words

It's pretty easy to bail out of a course (especially a free online course that no one even knows you signed up for). Easy to quit your job, fire a client or give up on a relationship.

In the moment, walking out is precisely the best short-term strategy. Sometimes this place is too hard, too unpleasant, too much...

The thing is, though, that the long-term strategy might be the opposite. The best long-term approach might be to learn something, to tough it out, to engage with the challenge. Because once you get through this, you'll be different. Better.

We always have a choice, but often, it's a good idea to act as if we don't.

No way out

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Kristoffer Tjalve

156 days ago

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We got serious about building diversity in our pipeline, starting with our much-copied internship program (our #1 pipeline to full-time employment).

For Inclusive Culture, Maybe Less is More

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Kristoffer Tjalve

164 days ago

Food for thought. If this really is the future of elections, and I don't see why not, then we need new tools too.

How He Used Facebook to Win

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Kristoffer Tjalve

171 days ago

Read this and waste a bit time

The psychological importance of wasting time

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Kristoffer Tjalve

171 days ago

Good and balanced take on AI and intelligence

The Myth of a Superhuman AI

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Kristoffer Tjalve

171 days ago

Love it

We Aren’t Built to Live in the Moment

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Kristoffer Tjalve

310 days ago

To perform at your best, focus on Goals not Tasks

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Kristoffer Tjalve

316 days ago

Mark is inspiring!

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Kristoffer Tjalve

316 days ago

This is why I don't have a phone number! And my notifications are limited...

When your phone uses you

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Kristoffer Tjalve

320 days ago

Organic is dead.

How Companies Will Use Social Media In 2017

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Kristoffer Tjalve

321 days ago

Fred Wilson gives himself an ok for hitting 50% of his predictions. I would say he is way beyond ok.

What Did And Did Not Happen In 2016 – AVC

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Kristoffer Tjalve

321 days ago

This is super interesting. How to spot, foster and maximize talent in sports. I am sure there are learnings to other industries. Also: when is your end game?

“Junior success is a poor indicator of long-term senior success” – Professor Dr. Arne Güllich

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Kristoffer Tjalve

322 days ago

Pretty much perfect foreword.

I am not a self-made man.

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Kristoffer Tjalve

340 days ago

Let's just all agree to stop zero sum thinking. It is a theoretical construct and shouldn't direct decisions.

Two kinds of winning

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Kristoffer Tjalve

340 days ago

"It’s very hard to achieve goals if you have the emergency brake on, and the emergency brake is fear."

It’s very hard to achieve goals if you have the emergency brake on, and the emergency brake is fear.

Tim Ferriss on How He Survived Suicidal Depression and His Tools for Warding Off the Darkness

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Kristoffer Tjalve

340 days ago

Been living without the news for almost a year. Loving it every day. Tech news is another story though....

Five Things You Notice When You Quit the News

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Kristoffer Tjalve

348 days ago

Hey author, Facebook and Google didn't get it wrong. Period.

But yes, unbundling of search is something Google should be aware of. And is.

How about you bet against them, and I bet for them?

What if Google and Facebook got it all wrong?

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Kristoffer Tjalve

348 days ago

Absolutely excellent reminder to my daily live. Busy as a fact or as status?

The Busy Person’s Lies

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Kristoffer Tjalve

348 days ago

Important read. And I think we need answers beyond young generations growing up in stable societies. That conclusion is as true as saying that Democracy failed to evolve and integrate younger generations due to self interest by older generations.

Harvard research suggests that an entire global generation has lost faith in democracy

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Kristoffer Tjalve

373 days ago

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It’s Going to Be Okay

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Kristoffer Tjalve

378 days ago

This is spot on!

Notes from a wannabe tech ecosystem

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Kristoffer Tjalve

399 days ago

Bill Gates at his finest

It’s important to remember what made the moonshot the moonshot—that is, what transforms political rhetoric into game-changing breakthroughs. A moonshot challenge requires a clear, measurable objective that captures the imagination of the nation and fundamentally changes how we view what’s possible.

Accelerating Innovation with Leadership

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Kristoffer Tjalve

400 days ago

Obama is probably the politician I have most respect for. Such an impressive piece of writing. Only thing I can think of missing was a few sentences on how/why we need new measurements for productivity.

The way ahead

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Kristoffer Tjalve

400 days ago

I have been thinking about this for a long time. Not sure I would go as gas saying that bad news are caused by news, but I surely don't think the news is only _reporting_ the news...

Cable news

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Kristoffer Tjalve

414 days ago

YouTube is da shit

YouTube Go: YouTube reimagined for the next generation of YouTube viewers

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Kristoffer Tjalve

415 days ago

In my eagerness to celebrate this, I remind myself of The sugar-industry influence on sugar-research & The car-industry's influence on public transportation development.

Facebook, Google, Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft created a partnership to make AI seem less terrifying

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Kristoffer Tjalve

420 days ago

It rises an interesting question. However, I would like to take a deeper look at the data before jumping to conclusions. For example, I find it hard to believe that there are less startups today. If that is so, we need a discussion on what constitutes a startup.

Startups, meanwhile, have found it harder to get off the ground. Robert Litan, of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Ian Hathaway, of the Brookings Institution, note that the number of startups is lower than at any time since the late 1970s, and that more companies die than are born, pushing up their average age.

The rise of the superstars

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Kristoffer Tjalve

425 days ago

I love everything about this.

Thousands to receive basic income in Finland: a trial that could lead to the greatest societal transformation of our time

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Kristoffer Tjalve

427 days ago

Exciting to follow. It seems ridiculous that we still live and build for the scale logic of the factory.

We have to build off-grid neighbourhoods around the world as quickly as we can, and as many as we can.”

Fancy life in an eco-village? Welcome to the hi-tech off-grid communities

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Kristoffer Tjalve

427 days ago

Excellent portrait about one of the most inspiring Danes around.

Do you know Philip K. Dick's definition of science fiction?" he asks. "He says science fiction is not a space opera, although it often happens in space, and it's not a story from the future, although it often happens in the future. He says science fiction is a story where the plot is triggered by some form of innovation. Often it's technological innovation, but it can be political, social, whatever. And the story is a narrative exploration of the potential of that innovation, of that idea. And not only the writer but the reader can actually think along and imagine how would our world be different if this one thing is different.

Meet Architect Bjarke Ingels, the Man Building the Future

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Kristoffer Tjalve

427 days ago

Your week decoded. This is the hour for hour of why you are so damn busy and don't have time to develop new skills, say keep up with your fitness.

Why are Adults so busy?

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Kristoffer Tjalve

430 days ago

Makes you wonder what future technologies are right besides you without you even noticing...

When You Change the World and No One Notices

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Kristoffer Tjalve

457 days ago

Our transportation system will look radical diffident in 20 years. The cars will drive themselves. You don't need to own them. And the same might be the case for planes! Hopefully they will all be electrical powered.

Welcome to Larry Page’s Secret Flying-Car Factories

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Kristoffer Tjalve

480 days ago

Universal Basic Income. I am excited.

What Would Happen If We Just Gave People Money?

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Kristoffer Tjalve

493 days ago

Get out

How Trees Calm Us Down

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Kristoffer Tjalve

499 days ago

- What do you want be to when you grow up?
- Vlogger.

New generations, new dreams, new jobs.

Two commented that, having worked with lots of schools, vlogging is one of the first thing students say they want to do when older.

YouTube & The Future Of Schools

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