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15 days ago

I have this all the time with bald white men

The Science Behind ‘They All Look Alike to Me’

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113 days ago

Hi! I'm back. Back after ten years Hong Kong. On a train from Hong Kong to Holland. Next stop Berlin. The city of Christiane F, the famous junkie of the seventies. This interview is of 2013 when she was 51.
Wanna see our HK-Netherlands train ride? t.me/voutesadventures

'I Will Die Soon; I Know That': Meeting the Real Christiane F

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264 days ago

I'm fond of names. Both first and surnames.

Passing men’s names on to their wives and children is a fundamentally flawed practice

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270 days ago

2014 article. Creme de la creme of Scrabble

What Makes Nigel Richards The Best Scrabble Player On Earth

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277 days ago

Jeff Dean. The Chuck Norris of Google. Nerdy jokes

quora.com

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277 days ago

Reminds me of my first generation stock market hitters and our current gym ⛹ class sign upper

The Man Who Broke Ticketmaster

motherboard.vice.com

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278 days ago

Filipino workers on cruise ships the economics and how the waiter jobs can mess up their backs and their careers

Below Deck

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279 days ago

The guy made a lot of money and then invested it in the weirdest places. Well researched

How the Flash Crash Trader’s $50 Million Fortune Vanished

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Tom Voûte tom at voute .org

280 days ago

Oh, Linkedin. What are you doing?

LinkedIn Changes – The Good, The Bad And The Down Right Ugly!

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287 days ago

Very cool. Also about the differences between the Chinese and the English language

‘Is this what the west is really like?’ How it felt to leave China for Britain

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288 days ago

Read a lot and critically

The Buffett Formula: How to Get Smarter by Reading

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288 days ago

The guy who was supposed to be a movie algorithm genius, but then he wasn't.
Thx, Annelouise Verboon

The Epic Fail of Hollywood’s Hottest Algorithm

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288 days ago

I've see his art/con-art. Very nice to read about his life

J.S.G. Boggs, Artist, Dies at 62; He Made Money. Literally.

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288 days ago

More about reading

Speed Reading is Bullshit

medium.com

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292 days ago

Shaait. How you can supposedly influence people's voting behavior using big data and psychologic profiling

The Data That Turned the World Upside Down

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292 days ago

About reading (2/2)

Obama’s Secret to Surviving the White House Years: Books

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292 days ago

About reading (1/2)

Reading more

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294 days ago

Background of that terrible guy who killed people in Nice

The Untold Story of the Bastille Day Attacker

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295 days ago

The history of this years long Nazi murder spray

The neo-Nazi murder trial revealing Germany's darkest secrets

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295 days ago

In this Chinese year of the cock 🐓, this guy really is one

Peter Thiel, Trump’s Tech Pal, Explains Himself

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298 days ago

Not so encouraging if something happens to the Donald

The Radical Crusade of Mike Pence

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298 days ago

Paris Jackson, Michael's daughter, is 18 now. This is how she lives. Great peak into the realm

Paris Jackson: Life After Neverland

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299 days ago

Computers then, now and in the future

What’s Next in Computing?

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299 days ago

Run, writers, run! Now I need to become a writer too

Why Writers Run

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299 days ago

The writer of Dilbert comparing Trump with Hitler and how we must deal with him

Scott Adams' Blog

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300 days ago

I call my children each other's names. And I even call my wife my mom's name when my mom's around. I was always embarrassed about it but now I'm proud

When The Brain Scrambles Names, It's Because You Love Them

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300 days ago

Don't do the same every day

Habits Can Make You Stupid And Then Kill You

medium.com

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302 days ago

A general overview of French and American high end wines

The Weird World Of Expensive Wine

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302 days ago

I've been to La Folie Douce in Meribel three weeks ago and I always wanted to know the background of these crazy show bars on the ski slopes. This article tells it all

Champagne, Cabaret And Raving With The Pope: We Meet The Man Behind The Craziest Après Bar In The Alps…

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303 days ago

Family functioning and values in a nutshell

Families First-Keys to Successful Family Functioning: Family Roles

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305 days ago

The life of Chelsea before the leaks - 2011 article

Private Manning and the Making of WikiLeaks

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306 days ago

Purpose in life

The Parable of the Mexican Fisherman

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315 days ago

Time Magazine has a special on Botox. This part of the article is for free.
You can even cure depression by injecting Botox, or so they say

time.com

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315 days ago

Gawker. Druggies and clicks. And Peter Thiel eating them raw

A.J. Daulerio Is Ready to Tell His (Whole) Gawker Story

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317 days ago

I love articles about development of video games, even though I've never played nor seen FIFA

Fifa: the video game that changed football

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317 days ago

A Dutch guy buying the best French wines for Emirates first class

Emirates Has Invested $500 Million to Build a Secret 'Fort Knox' of Wine

bloomberg.com

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317 days ago

Woooah! Long story about a brilliant young Marine and PTSD getting out of hand

The Fighter

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318 days ago

About high expectations of Asian parents. It can cause frustration and suicide and in this case death of the parents
Thx, Annelouise Verboon

Jennifer Pan’s Revenge: The inside story of a golden child, the killers she hired, and the parents she wanted dead

torontolife.com

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318 days ago

Pomodoro. Work periods of 25 minutes very concentrated

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

stories.buffer.com

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318 days ago

The psychology of games

How Video Games Satisfy Basic Human Needs

nautil.us

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319 days ago

I looove AC/DC. This list is all correct. Number 3 is my #1

AC/DC – 10 of the best

theguardian.com

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319 days ago

I'm tempted to remove my WhatsApp and Telegram on my phone and only use the desktop version. Anyone?

Should you dump your smartphone for a flip-phone?

bbc.com

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320 days ago

Putin did it. To destabilize the country
The Dutch 1980's children's book Vechten voor Overmorgen describes this scenario too

Finally, We Know About the Moscow Bombings

nybooks.com

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324 days ago

Recommended by my New York friends who are shit scared

Trump refuses to face reality about Russia

washingtonpost.com

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325 days ago

This Atlantic article says that white collar criminals frequently don't know that they're on the wrong side

The Psychology of White-Collar Criminals

theatlantic.com

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328 days ago

You think you get carnal pleasures, you end up getting beauty treatment
Thx, Ed Byrne

Tinder surprise: How a date led to a sales pitch at a beauty centre

hongkongfp.com

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328 days ago

"In England’s Bletchley Park during World War II, for example, chess was a popular pastime among the codebreakers. The heads of the Enigma section had played on the British national chess team" - My children are in school with the granddaughter of one of those heroes
Thx for the recommendation, Annelouise Verboon

The secrets to a truly restorative vacation

ideas.ted.com

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340 days ago

Cyber war has started

The Perfect Weapon: How Russian Cyberpower Invaded the U.S.

nytimes.com

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340 days ago

About the relationship of the FBI and the president

What Was James Comey Thinking?

esquire.com

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341 days ago

Who is writing all the hits? A bunch of Scandinavians. Not the artists. Although they "change a word, get a third"

Hit Charade

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