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Why You Should Read J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Silmarillion'

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Moral luck

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if the Brahmaputra was the thick, dark hair of an exotic woman woven into a braid, then the Teesta was a wild lock, freed and fluttering with the breeze.

Retracing Her Path 1: A Journey along the Teesta River in Bangladesh

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प्रिय पु.ल.

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In order to be most effective, however, design principles need to provide teams with a way to gauge design decisions. That is, they should be specific enough to help groups of people choose between different design options

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What Is The Golden Ratio? What You Need to Know and How To Use It

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How to Be a Writer: 10 Tips from Rebecca Solnit

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Hannah Arendt on Time, Space, and Where Our Thinking Ego Resides

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Are Hollow Icons Really Harder to Recognize Than Solid Icons? A Research Study

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Someone Explained Anxiety And Depression With Comics, And Everyone Needs To See It

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Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds

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10 Things to do as a Good Traveller

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Anarchy – Never Been Tried? Part IV: In The Beginning

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This Is How To Make Friends As An Adult: 5 Secrets Backed By Research

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Is it better to beat temptation or never feel tempted at all?

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Putin’s Real Long Game

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Club this with George Carlin's video about Euphemism. You will get that easily on YT.

Now Is the Time to Talk About What We Are Actually Talking About

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Longread about how a Voyeur rigged the motel he owned to observe people having sex. He went on to document his observations and how this hobby consumed him.

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Alexander Litvinenko: the man who solved his own murder

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The new science of cute

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The Elusive Definition of 'Fascist'

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“Life’s not fair. It’s not even, not balanced, not right. Why should relationships between people be any different? There’s always going to be an imbalance in power. The other person might have a higher social standing, they might have money, or more social graces. Isn’t it better to stop stressing about quid pro quo and just do what you want or what you can?”

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Google’s approach — solve the hard technical problems first, worry about the business model later — is rooted in the engineering background of Google Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. In contrast, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos spent almost a decade working for several Wall Street firms before starting Amazon — a background that gives him a more pragmatic outlook that’s more focused on developing products customers will actually want to pay for.

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How Amazon innovates in ways that Google and Apple can't

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Over time, big companies develop cultures and processes optimized for the market where they had their original success. Companies have a natural tendency to establish uniform standards across the enterprise.

How Amazon innovates in ways that Google and Apple can't

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

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A Poem from 2012

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