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The Power of Conversation: A Lesson from CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien
The Power of Conversation: A Lesson from CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien
Brett and Kate McKay, The Art of Manliness
We hide behind screens, and communicate as much as possible through email and text. But much is lost in this retreat from in-the-flesh interaction.
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Three Timeless Rules for Making Tough Decisions
Three Timeless Rules for Making Tough Decisions
Peter Bregman, Harvard Business Review
Is this a silly decision not deserving deliberation? Maybe. But I bet you’ve been there. If not about food, then about something else.
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People's Deepest, Darkest Google Searches Are Being Used Against Them
People's Deepest, Darkest Google Searches Are Being Used Against Them
Adrienne LaFrance, The Atlantic
It is a mistake to think of a search engine as an oracle for anonymous queries. It isn’t. Not even close.
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Three Things You Can Do to Grow More Brain Cells
Three Things You Can Do to Grow More Brain Cells
Patrick Allan, Lifehacker
Growing more brain cells is possible, and it all comes down to a few simple lifestyle choices.
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Elder Bush Says His Son Was Served Badly by Aides
Elder Bush Says His Son Was Served Badly by Aides
Peter Baker, New York Times
Mr. Bush’s sharp assessments gave voice to sentiments that many long suspected he had harbored but kept private until now.
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The Buddhist Priest Who Became a Billionaire
The Buddhist Priest Who Became a Billionaire
Tom Redmond & Takako Taniguchi, Bloomberg
If this 83-year-old billionaire is right, one of the most important lessons of business school is pretty much wrong.
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Y Combinator, the X Factor of Tech
Y Combinator, the X Factor of Tech
Print Edition, The Economist
A tech talent-spotter has come to dominate Silicon Valley’s startup scene
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David Foster Wallace on How to Write a Great Opener, and the Measure of Good Writing
David Foster Wallace on How to Write a Great Opener, and the Measure of Good Writing
Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Reading is a very strange thing. We get talked to about it and talk explicitly about it in first grade and second grade and third grade, and then it all devolves into interpretation.
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Programmers: Stop Calling Yourselves Engineers
Programmers: Stop Calling Yourselves Engineers
Ian Bogost, The Atlantic
It undermines a long tradition of designing and building infrastructure in the public interest.
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