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The Secret to a Happy Marriage Is Knowing How to Fight

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7 days ago

Why_Chinese_Mothers_Are_Superior_-_WSJ.com.pdf

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8 days ago

50 Years Ago, This Was a Wasteland. He Changed Everything | Short Film Showcase

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10 days ago

As Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make, the better.”

I spent years discovering the simple tactics gurus like Oprah, Einstein, and Buffett used to become successful—here they are

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Nhat Nguyen

13 days ago

The revelation of an affair forces couples to grapple with unsettling questions: What does fidelity mean to us and why is it important? Is it possible to love more than one person at once? Can we learn to trust each other again? How do we negotiate the elusive balance between our emotional needs and our erotic desires? Does passion have a finite shelf life? And are there fulfillments that a marriage, even a happy one, can never provide?

Why Happy People Cheat

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13 days ago

It is not my place to tell Priya what she should do. Besides, she has already made it clear that for her, the right thing is to end the affair. She’s also telling me, however, that she doesn’t really want to. What I can see, and what she has not yet grasped, is that the thing she is really afraid to lose is not her lover—it’s the part of herself that he awakened. This distinction between the person and the experience is crucial. She needs to know that if she lets Truck Man go, she isn’t doomed to lose herself as well.

Why Happy People Cheat

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17 days ago

LISTEN UP INTERNS!!!

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18 days ago

Everything I’ve learned about everything (in less than 300 words)

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19 days ago

Thinking is Work. Give Yourself Time to Do It.

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29 days ago

The Oxford Dictionaries declared “post-truth” the word of 2016. Facts just didn’t seem to matter any more.

The Problem With Facts

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29 days ago

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41 days ago

Seneca on The Shortness of Time

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53 days ago

Most digestible history lesson I ever learned

How the Republican Party went from Lincoln to Trump

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55 days ago

Why Learning Is A New Procrastination

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60 days ago

How to Remember What You Read

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66 days ago

Net neutrality is now officially on life support. Here’s what happens next.

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79 days ago

"For example, in the physical world of grocery stores, the #1 and #2 most popular reasons to visit are pharmacy refills and buying milk. But grocery stores want to maximize how much people buy, so they put the pharmacy and the milk at the back of the store"

How Technology is Hijacking Your Mind — from a Magician and Google Design Ethicist

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Nhat Nguyen

79 days ago

"The presentation of unicorns is as real as the face of a model on a magazine cover. Retouched to the nth degree, ever so carefully arranged, labored over for hours."

RECONSIDER

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Nhat Nguyen

79 days ago

"It’s like an itch we can’t resist scratching, even though scratching invariably makes it worse."

The Magic of Doing One Thing at a Time

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79 days ago

We wanted democracy,” he says today, “but got mobocracy.”

Once considered a boon to democracy, social media have started to look like its nemesis

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79 days ago

Survival Guide for Junior Developers

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79 days ago

How I Became a Web Developer in 5 Months

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80 days ago

How I became a morning person (and why I decided to make the change)

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81 days ago

"As I like to say, if you eliminated all of the things distracting you from being productive, you wouldn't need tips on how to become more productive"

The Physics of Productivity: Newton’s Laws of Getting Stuff Done

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Nhat Nguyen

81 days ago

A Pocket Guide to Master Every Day’s Typographic Adventures

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81 days ago

A Different Letter to a Junior Designer

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Nhat Nguyen

83 days ago

Open web, narrow web, bundled web, what's next? The Apprentices net?

Without net neutrality in Portugal, mobile internet is bundled like a cable package

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Nhat Nguyen

83 days ago

The Internet Has Ruined Maps

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83 days ago

The Rise of the Weaponized AI Propaganda Machine

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Nhat Nguyen

83 days ago

"A healthy newborn is also equipped with more than a dozen reflexes – ready-made reactions to certain stimuli that are important for its survival. It turns its head in the direction of something that brushes its cheek and then sucks whatever enters its mouth. It holds its breath when submerged in water. It grasps things placed in its hands so strongly it can nearly support its own weight. Perhaps most important, newborns come equipped with powerful learning mechanisms that allow them to change rapidly so they can interact increasingly effectively with their world, even if that world is unlike the one their distant ancestors faced."

The empty brain

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84 days ago

"The money should go toward improving privacy of our information on the internet, countering identity theft, improving connectivity and internet literacy, all causes that would help create a more equitable internet for all."

It’s Time to Tax Companies for Using Our Personal Data

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Nhat Nguyen

84 days ago

"personally like the AirSpace style. I can’t say no to a tasteful, clean, modern life space. But thinking through its roots and negative implications makes me reconsider my attachment. It’s hard to identify with something so empty at its core."

Welcome to Airspace

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Nhat Nguyen

84 days ago

This City Hall, brought to you by Amazon

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Nhat Nguyen

84 days ago

Eventually my sanity returned. I began experimenting with smaller numbers of Pomodoros, starting with five per day and gradually working my way up to eight. My goal was eight Pomodoros each weekday, for a total of 40 per week.

How to Work 40 Hours in 16.7 (The Simple Technique That Gave Me My Life Back)

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Nhat Nguyen

84 days ago

How a TV Sitcom Triggered the Downfall of Western Civilization

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85 days ago

11 Crucial Differences Between the Average Parent and the Wise Parent

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86 days ago

a wandering mind is not a happy mind:

People spend 46.9 percent of their waking hours thinking about something other than what they’re doing, and this mind-wandering typically makes them unhappy.

How To Manage Your Time: 5 Secrets Backed By Research

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86 days ago

What’s Next in Computing?

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Nhat Nguyen

86 days ago

There were seventy-seven years between them, and Dale Alderson probably considered that an ocean, but to Rhett it was only a lake. Maybe no more than a pond. 

Cookie Jar

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86 days ago

How to get hired as a junior web developer

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86 days ago

Using a logbook to improve your programming

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86 days ago

How to get a job as a full-stack web developer

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