Nemanja Grujicic

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Nemanja Grujicic

46 days ago

A great, engaging piece on the scale of hacking these days. Great geopolitical stuff too.

The Untold Story of NotPetya, the Most Devastating Cyberattack in History

wired.com

Nemanja Grujicic

126 days ago

The AI revolution has spawned a new chips arms race

arstechnica.com

Nemanja Grujicic

140 days ago

Sad, but quite true reading. Still, fear of homelessness is difficult to shake when you don't like your job :-)

How Societies with Little Coercion Have Little Mental Illness

brucelevine.net

Nemanja Grujicic

192 days ago

What a surprise that fixing prices instead of fixing supply is not working for Ireland rent inflation

“By focusing on limiting rent increases, rather than boosting the supply of rental accommodation, policy is merely shuffling the fixed stock of rental homes between a number of tenants and prospective tenants,”

Housing crisis continues as rents soar past Celtic Tiger highs

irishtimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

197 days ago

The core issue of institutions not being independent and opaque creates these kinds of tensions. It's too bad that this development will always the original sin of having people's house destroyed during night.

To Build Dubai of the Balkans, Serbia Deploys Bulldozers and Baseball Bats

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

199 days ago

Damn, I should've remembered my high school biology to take all drugs effects into proper perspective. Very enlightening article.

The Most Important Article On Psychiatry You Will Ever Read

thelastpsychiatrist.com

Nemanja Grujicic

213 days ago

Fascinating personality. Good read

The life and death of Homaro Cantu, the genius chef who wanted to change the world

theguardian.com

Nemanja Grujicic

216 days ago

Nice summary on importance of social environment for good learning

How babies learn – and why robots can’t compete

theguardian.com

Nemanja Grujicic

264 days ago

Cool article about the supply chain unsung hero

Whitewood under Siege

cabinetmagazine.org

Nemanja Grujicic

276 days ago

Fascinating piece on geology

The Really Big One

newyorker.com

Nemanja Grujicic

279 days ago

Kudos to Chile. Too bad for Kinder eggs though.

In Sweeping War on Obesity, Chile Slays Tony the Tiger

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

301 days ago

This is one of the most exciting business articles I've ever read.

The Rockefellers vs. Exxon, the Company That Made Them the Rockefellers

nymag.com

Nemanja Grujicic

303 days ago

A Diary From a Gulag Meets Evil With Lightness

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

304 days ago

to establish and maintain relationships, people would have had to be fair, honest, generous, diligent and loyal. They would have had to be perceived as good partners. In other words, they would have had to behave morally.

The Only Way to Keep Your Resolutions

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

305 days ago

Put away your self-help guides, and read a novel instead. Don’t mind if I do

Improving Ourselves to Death

newyorker.com

Nemanja Grujicic

309 days ago

Unprocessed water? And where would you find a non polluted spring these days? This might've worked a thousand years ago, but not anymore.

Unfiltered Fervor: The Rush to Get Off the Water Grid

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

314 days ago

Some great comments on hunans' comfort with machines.

nyti.ms

Nemanja Grujicic

314 days ago

The Dying Art of Disagreement

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

317 days ago

That's 21st century, not tweets 😀

Scientists Are Designing Artisanal Proteins for Your Body

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

323 days ago

When governments lack a long term view, health of a nation is jeopardized. Good luck Malaysia

In Asia’s Fattest Country, Nutritionists Take Money From Food Giants

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

327 days ago

Why Canada Is Able to Do Things Better

theatlantic.com

Nemanja Grujicic

348 days ago

Smartphones vs a growing brain is not a fair fight

With teen mental health deteriorating over five years, there’s a likely culprit

theconversation.com

Nemanja Grujicic

363 days ago

So, now you need two security solutions on your computer - Kaspersky for NSA and an American one for the Russian tools 😀

Security Breach and Spilled Secrets Have Shaken the N.S.A. to Its Core

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

366 days ago

Quite a development over the last few years. Will be funny when India is also ahead of the West in payments

How India Is Moving Toward a Digital-First Economy

hbr.org

Nemanja Grujicic

367 days ago

Obesity is a destiny it seems

The great nutrient collapse

politico.com

Nemanja Grujicic

384 days ago

One should be served to some corporation if only to get everyone else in line

Equifax Deserves the Corporate Death Penalty

wired.com

Nemanja Grujicic

384 days ago

Truly remarkable effects. wonder what's next

Ancient mutation helped create delicious, fatty pork. Scientists just fixed it

arstechnica.com

Nemanja Grujicic

384 days ago

Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens

wired.co.uk

Nemanja Grujicic

406 days ago

What Happened to Myanmar’s Human-Rights Icon?

newyorker.com

Nemanja Grujicic

408 days ago

In a few years, no investors are going to be looking for AI startups

machinelearnings.co

Nemanja Grujicic

423 days ago

I wonder if Harvard would've accepted her if she wasn't black.

From Prison to Ph.D.: The Redemption and Rejection of Michelle Jones

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

438 days ago

A cautionary tale on the FOMO effect supercharged by mobile phones

The more time teens spend looking at screens, the more likely they are to report symptoms of depression.

Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?

theatlantic.com

Nemanja Grujicic

438 days ago

This should be a compulsory text for MBAs in the midst of job search 😀

The Lottery of Life

thebookoflife.org

Nemanja Grujicic

449 days ago

Very good piece. a bit over the top on some parts of Dublin though

Even in Las Vegas, the barriers of Dublin still press against Conor McGregor

espn.com

Nemanja Grujicic

454 days ago

Why the world’s best footballers are cheaper than they seem

economist.com

Nemanja Grujicic

460 days ago

Capitalism + bureaucracy at it's best in San Francisco :-)

Rich SF residents get a shock: Someone bought their street

sfchronicle.com

Nemanja Grujicic

469 days ago

thebookoflife.org

Nemanja Grujicic

477 days ago

Actual proper use of a drone. And it's cute

Astronomy Picture of the Day

apod.nasa.gov

Nemanja Grujicic

477 days ago

The Golden Age of Bailing

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

486 days ago

thebookoflife.org

Nemanja Grujicic

486 days ago

Lightning Eclipse from the Planet of the Goats

apod.nasa.gov

Nemanja Grujicic

512 days ago

Good reminder of bigger scale of things

The Massive Stars in Westerlund 1

apod.nasa.gov

Nemanja Grujicic

514 days ago

No Time to Think

nytimes.com

Nemanja Grujicic

517 days ago

Shadowrise and Sunset

apod.nasa.gov

Nemanja Grujicic

565 days ago

but all you’d have to do, more or less, is write a single database query. You’d flip some access control bits from off to on. It might take a few minutes for the command to propagate.

Torching the Modern-Day Library of Alexandria

theatlantic.com

Nemanja Grujicic

566 days ago

The Talent Curse

hbr.org

Nemanja Grujicic

581 days ago

Electoral disruption to the max. Expect more surprising news from Serbia

"Later I learned that every single member of the core team had their phones cut off at one point during the campaign, not by sinister security agencies, but because of unpaid bills. Lean performance management gurus: you can now go ahead and eat your hearts out."

The Revolt of The Masses 2.0 – On Serbia’s Comedy Candidate, Trump, and Brexit

balkanist.net

Nemanja Grujicic

593 days ago

Pressure Doesn’t Have to Turn into Stress

hbr.org

Nemanja Grujicic

604 days ago

The Dangers of the Good Child

thebookoflife.org

Nemanja Grujicic

604 days ago

Gaming is here to stay. integrating it into the 'normal' patterns of day-to-day should now be the focus

"But what does seem clear is that the choices we make in life are shaped by the options available to us. A society that dislikes the idea of young men gaming their days away should perhaps invest in more dynamic difficulty adjustment in real life. "

Escape to another world

1843magazine.com

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