Books to better understand Trump, to defend yourself from information overload, to imagine the future.
YouCaring received massive traffic during J.J. Watt’s record-breaking crowdfunding effort—learn how they handled the traffic to stay online.
With wealth surging to new highs, billionaires may quickly learn that a billion dollars doesn’t buy what it used to. The price of housing has topped $300 million, the cost of divorce has hit $1 billion and a rediscovered painting by Leonardo da Vinci sold for $450.3 million at a Christie’s auction in November, the most expensive work ever sold.
Over my career I have seen unbelievable advances in understanding the nature of intelligence despite concerns about what the data might mean. The most important thing in science is to go where the data take you.
President Trump has transformed the world’s view of the United States from an anchor of the international order into something more inward-looking and unpredictable.
Don’t mistake Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the world for isolationism.
Yes, 2017's biggest tech story was probably about the ways in which social media forced us to rehash old culture wars and question who was guiding our political discourse. Rather than seeing technology facilitate greater communication, economic opportunity, and leisure, it seemed that it was exacerbating our differences, concentrating wealth, and threatening all livelihoods.
A recent Reddit thread asked, "What small habit, if done every day over the course of a year, can lead to the biggest personal improvement/gain?" Here are some of the best submissions.
With a few mouse clicks, I could liquidate my positions and transfer the proceeds (minus fees) into my bank account overnight. After paying capital gains tax, I’d have six figures in legally earned legal tender.