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The Cube Rule
New York said yes. You are free to interpret the nature of rice however you wish. via Pocket
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2 days ago by Pheelmore
Fifteen Unconventional Uses of Voice Technology – Nicole He – Medium
The goal of the class was for students to learn the technical skills to work with emerging voice technology, and use them to make artworks, games, apps or installations that were outside of the practical ways we currently talk to computers. via Pocket
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2 days ago by Pheelmore
What Is an Instagram Party Account? - The Atlantic
When Mandy gets invited to a party, it’s not via Facebook invite, or email, or even text message. She’s 13, so, naturally, it’s through Instagram. via Pocket
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2 days ago by Pheelmore
Me, Myself & Microbes — A short story on how microbes affect our brains and behavior
What is this? I can't help Elaine run experiments, write grants, or analyze data... but I can make animated digital things. My hope is that this site will help her students visualize how microbes can influence the brain... via Pocket
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2 days ago by Pheelmore
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Times Exclusive Leaked government documents reveal Ireland could be hit harder than U.K. and face food shortages in “no deal” brexit - Brexiteers demand May warn Leo Varadkar that it’s “no backstop or no deal” - Labour attack morally outrageous threat via Pocket
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2 days ago by Pheelmore
Warning of food shortages in Ireland | News | The Times
Ireland faces food shortages and will suffer a bigger economic hit than Britain in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to leaked government papers. via Pocket
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2 days ago by Pheelmore
Why I’m leaving Silicon Valley – Preethi Kasireddy – Medium
Here’s something I never thought I’d say: this is my last week in Silicon Valley. This post is a personal one. Rather than sharing insights on Blockchain or Javascript, I’d like to walk through my inner journey the past few years. via Pocket
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2 days ago by Pheelmore
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Plummeting oxygen levels in Earth's ancient oceans, driven by global warming, were likely the primary agent of the worst calamity the planet has ever known. That's a grim omen for the future of humanity, @PeterBrannen1 writes. via Pocket
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2 days ago by Pheelmore
It’s Time to Embrace Digital Nutrition – Member Feature Stories – Medium
The leading cause of disability worldwide is not violent conflicts, car accidents, natural disasters, or even cancer — it’s mental illness. More than 300 million people, including nearly one in five… via Pocket
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4 days ago by Pheelmore
Brown Butter Wedding Cookies Recipe | Bon Appetit
Melt 2 sticks butter in a small skillet over medium heat. Cook, stirring often with a rubber spatula, until butter foams, starts to smell nutty, and the milk solids—the sandy bits at the bottom of the pan underneath the liquid butter—are turning golden brown, 6–8 minutes. via Pocket
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6 days ago by Pheelmore
The Amazing Madoff Clawback - WSJ
How two lawyers, Irving Picard and David Sheehan, have recovered 75 cents on the dollar of the stolen money—many times the usual rate in such cases. via Pocket
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7 days ago by Pheelmore
The Origins of Paul Manafort, Trump's Former Campaign Manager - The Atlantic
Decades before he ran the Trump campaign, Paul Manafort’s pursuit of foreign cash and shady deals laid the groundwork for the corruption of Washington. The clinic permitted Paul Manafort one 10-minute call each day. via Pocket
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10 days ago by Pheelmore
The Death of an Heir: Adolph Coors III and the Murder That Rocked an American Brewing Dynasty
Below is an excerpt from The Death of an Heir, Philip Jett’s absorbing new book of true crime, about the botched kidnapping of Adolph Coors III, the Coors brewery CEO, which launched one of the largest manhunts in US history and seems to have taken its cues from the Hollywood playbook. via Pocket
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11 days ago by Pheelmore
The paranoid fantasy behind Brexit | Fintan O'Toole | Politics | The Guardian
In the dark imagination of English reactionaries, Britain is always a defeated nation – and the EU is the imaginary invader by Before the narrative of Len Deighton’s bestselling thriller SS-GB begins, there is a “reproduction” of an authentic-looking rubber-stamped document: “Instrument of via Pocket
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16 days ago by Pheelmore
Why 536 was ‘the worst year to be alive’ | Science | AAAS
Ask medieval historian Michael McCormick what year was the worst to be alive, and he's got an answer: "536." Not 1349, when the Black Death wiped out half of Europe. Not 1918, when the flu killed 50 million to 100 million people, mostly young adults. But 536. via Pocket
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16 days ago by Pheelmore
AirBnB Is The Least Of Your Problems - The Aleph Report
One of the most recurrent complains in western countries is how rents are skyrocketing. And raising they are. The question is, who is at fault? Who is pushing thousands to the brink of homelessness? AirBnB of course! This narrative fits, and so it keeps reverberating. via Pocket
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16 days ago by Pheelmore
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16 days ago by Pheelmore
The Land That Failed to Fail - The New York Times
The West was sure the Chinese approach would not work. It just had to wait. It’s still waiting. via Pocket
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18 days ago by Pheelmore
Science Fiction’s Trouble with Terraforming | Tor.com
My foray through Lois McMaster Bujold’s backlist on my site—a foray nowhere near as detailed as Ellen Cheeseman-Meyer’s ongoing reread—reached Komarr recently. One of the elements of the setting impressed me: Bujold’s handling of the centuries-long effort to terraform the planet. via Pocket
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20 days ago by Pheelmore
How Extreme Weather Is Shrinking the Planet | The New Yorker
Thirty years ago, this magazine published “The End of Nature,” a long article about what we then called the greenhouse effect. I was in my twenties when I wrote it, and out on an intellectual limb: climate science was still young. But the data were persuasive, and freighted with sadness. via Pocket
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20 days ago by Pheelmore
DIY Desk with Drawers | FixThisBuildThat
Using layout marks to keep the legs in order, I marked the bottom of the legs for a small taper.  The taper will be on the inside two faces of each leg. To cut the tapers I used a simple jig.  The edge represents the cut line, but keep an eye on which taper you cut first. via Pocket
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20 days ago by Pheelmore
Ana White | Desk with Drawers - DIY Projects
Hey everyone, it's Brad from FixThisBuildThat.com.  Today I’m sharing a great project for your favorite student.  This desk is perfect for preteens to adults who need a place to study or work.  It's got easy pocket hole joinery and a nice hardwood top Projects built from this plan. via Pocket
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20 days ago by Pheelmore
Sweeping tax cuts for workers would help in no deal Brexit, Sajid Javid told Cabinet | Daily Mail Online
Sajid Javid proposed sweeping tax cuts and cutting regulations to help Britain ride out a no deal Brexit at a special Cabinet meeting, it emerged today. via Pocket
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26 days ago by Pheelmore
This Is Your Brain on Capsaicin | Helix Magazine
Skip to main content More like this Image: 1280px-Dan_Haren_helix.jpg Image: file4041249270482_helix.jpg Image: mosquito itchy.jpg Helix Magazine is a publication by Science in Society, a Northwestern University research center for science outreach and public engagement. via Pocket
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27 days ago by Pheelmore
Why Google Reversed Plans to Build a Berlin Tech Campus - CityLab
After a storm of community resistance, the tech giant has reversed its plans to build a new campus in the city’s trendy Kreuzberg district. via Pocket
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28 days ago by Pheelmore
[1611.09347] Quantum Machine Learning
Full-text links: Download: (license) Bookmark (what is this?) Title:Quantum Machine Learning Authors:Jacob Biamonte, Peter Wittek, Nicola Pancotti, Patrick Rebentrost, Nathan Wiebe, Seth Lloyd v1), last revised 10 May 2018 (this version, v2)) Abstract: Fuelled by increasing compute via Pocket
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29 days ago by Pheelmore
302 Found
What If You Forgot How To Forget? “The Complete Guide to Remembering What You Read” is published by Niklas Göke in Better Humans via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
302 Found
As someone with a personal passion to help others execute on their professional goals, I do more than assist in the definition of their objectives and encourage them on their path. To… via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Solange, the Polymathic Cultural Force - The New York Times
A MONONYM IS possessed of a certain celebrity: Prince, Madonna, Iman. No surname needed, thank you very much. Just a couple of syllables and the whole of the mononym’s grandeur flashes across our consciousness. Solange. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Could Oumuamua Be an Extra-Terrestrial Solar Sail? - Universe Today
On , the Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System-1 (Pan-STARRS-1) in Hawaii announced the first-ever detection of an interstellar asteroid, named 1I/2017 U1 (aka. ‘Oumuamua). via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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Yoga pants, tennis shoes, and the 100-year history of how sports changed the way Americans dress via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Kepler telescope dead after finding thousands of worlds
This illustration made available by NASA shows the Kepler Space Telescope. As of October 2018, the planet-hunting spacecraft has been in space for nearly a decade. (NASA via AP)NASA's elite planet-hunting spacecraft has been declared dead, just a few months shy of its 10th anniversary. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Children's lack of sleep is 'hidden health crisis', experts say | Society | The Guardian
Thousands of children and teenagers face a mounting sleeplessness crisis, with the number of admissions to hospital of young people with sleep disorders rising sharply in six years, the Guardian can reveal. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Google Pixel 3 Is A Very Good Phone. But Maybe Phones Have Gone Too Far.
We are captives to our phones, they are having a deleterious effect on society, and no one is coming to help us. On the upside, this is a great phone. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Something’s Brewing in the Deep Red West – Rolling Stone
When Washington state Rep. Matt Shea looks out before him, he sees a mostly male crowd in militia T-shirts smiling back. Gathered across an expanse of suburban grass, they hold yellow Don’t Tread on Me flags. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Single: Der falsche Mann ist auch keine Lösung | ZEITmagazin
Neulich habe ich meinen Exfreund wiederauferstehen lassen – als Lebenspartner, wie man das ja so spröde und wenig leidenschaftlich nennt. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Twitter
Happy to see that the State of AI in 2018 report that @NathanBenaich and I worked on has had over 150,000 views on Slideshare. Thanks to everyone who helped spread the word! via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Protecting Your Leather Shoes from Rain, Sleet, and Snow
Winter is a battle against an array of elemental forces, and a pair of leather boots can form part of a solid defense against what Mother Nature has to throw at us. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
“Backpack,” by Tony Earley | The New Yorker
John told the salesman at a Home Depot in Durham that the chain was for a porch swing, the concrete block for a step to the utility building in his back yard. The backpack and sleeping bag he purchased without explanation at an R.E.I. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
America’s Next Civil War · The Walrus
Everyone in Canada with any power has the same job. It doesn’t matter if you’re prime minister, minister of foreign affairs, or premier of Alberta; it doesn’t matter if you’re the mayor of a small town or a CEO of a major company, if you run a cultural institution or a mine. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Martin Short’s Nine Categories for Self Evaluation
Martin Short has had a sneaky good career in Hollywood going on four decades or so. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Filing a tax return - help on how to file - Finance - Toytown Germany
business articles guides new business opportunities guides finance deposit guides money making art guides loan deposits guides make your home good guides income outcome issue guides medicine drugs guides marken money trends guides self roof repairing guides market online guides secure guides skin t via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by Pheelmore
How the man behind Khashoggi murder ran the killing via Skype | Reuters
(Reuters) - He ran social media for Saudi Arabia’s crown prince. He masterminded the arrest of hundreds of his country’s elite. He detained a Lebanese prime minister. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by Pheelmore
When Sales Isn’t Just Selling: Advice for Founders in Early Markets – Andreessen Horowitz
Perhaps the single greatest early challenge faced by founders in early markets is going from product to sales — specifically, a repeatable sales process. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Heidi Cruz on Ted, His Senate Bid, and the 2016 Race - The Atlantic
She had her whole future mapped out when she met Ted Cruz, starting with her dream job in Washington. This is the story of what came after. It was the spring of 2001, and Heidi Nelson was planning her nuptials to the man she’d met just over a year earlier. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
An island apart: the inside story of how the Foreign Office is failing to prepare for Brexit | Prospect Magazine
In the summer of 2016, a few weeks after Theresa May became prime minister, Number 10 approached the White House with an idea. Leaving the EU, as May herself had pointed out during the referendum, would mean losing international influence. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
How NLP can change your life – Life Lessons
In this article I interview world renown expert on NLP: Neuro-Linguistic Programming Dr. Michael Hall to find out how we can use NLP to improve our lives. Michael Frank: What is NLP? via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
How Portugal Became the Greatest Place to Eat Right Now | Bon Appetit
The best restaurant is Lisbon is not actually in Lisbon. It’s on the other side of the Tagus River in Cacilhas, a tiny port neighborhood you take a ferry to get to that is home to some abandoned factories and adorable feral cats who enjoy uninterrupted views of Lisbon’s very spectacular hills. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Dangers of YouTube for Young Children - The Atlantic
The platform’s entertainment for children is weirder—and more globalized—than adults could have expected. ChuChu TV, the company responsible for some of the most widely viewed toddler content on YouTube, has a suitably cute origin story. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
This is 18 Around the World — Through Girls’ Eyes - The New York Times
Shenzhi is a first-year college student majoring in English. What’s something you’d like to learn? via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Hallway: S2 | Ep4 - YouTube
What city would you live in?RPS Challenge via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
UN Says Climate Genocide Coming. But It’s Worse Than That.
Just two years ago, amid global fanfare, the Paris climate accords were signed — initiating what seemed, for a brief moment, like the beginning of a planet-saving movement. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Bird, Lime, ofo, pony: Is Mileage The New Gold? – Paula – Medium
I am the Founder and CEO of pony bikes. We launched about a year ago in the UK, as the first European dockless bike sharing company. It’s clear that there is something magical about this business. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Steuer-Compliance bei ausländischen Fondsbeteiligungen – Vorsorge ist besser als Nachsorge | Steuerboard
Das Thema „Compliance“ gewinnt bei Unternehmen zunehmend an Bedeutung – auch im Bereich Steuern (Steuer-Compliance). via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
William Vollmann’s Brutal Book About Climate Change - The Atlantic
Authors like to flatter themselves by imagining for their work an “ideal reader,” a cherubic presence endowed with bottomless generosity, the sympathy of a parent, and the wisdom of, well, the authors themselves. In Carbon Ideologies, William T. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Psychology of What Makes a Great Story – Brain Pickings
Neil Gaiman asserted in his wonderful lecture on what makes stories last, “are genuinely symbiotic organisms that we live with, that allow human beings to advance. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
A System for Remembering What you Read
Last year, I read 161 books cover-to-cover. And that doesn’t include the ones that I started to read and put down. In the process, I learned a lot about what works and what doesn’t work. People often ask me how I remember what I read. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
When ratings don’t define success, more TV series are staying on the air longer - The Washington Post
Over the next three weeks, more than a dozen new shows will plead their case to network-television viewers. Sitcoms, dramas, procedurals, even a show about a man who believes God has friended him on Facebook — all will aim for robust fall ratings, long the cornerstone of a successful TV series. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Trump Engaged in Suspect Tax Schemes as He Reaped Riches From His Father - The New York Times
The president has long sold himself as a self-made billionaire, but a Times investigation found that he received at least $413 million in today’s dollars from his father’s real estate empire, much of it through tax dodges in the 1990s. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
www.economist.com
FEW banks can match the quaint serenity of Banco Delta Asia’s headquarters in Macau. Housed in a pastel-yellow colonial building opposite a 16th-century church, its entrance is flanked by tall vases, depicting sampan gliding between karst hills. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Zennström manifesto – TechCrunch
At almost 86 degrees Fahrenheit, London is enduring a mini heat wave by traditional British summer standards. News reports at the weekend had relayed findings from the Met Office’s latest “State of the U.K. Climate report” confirming that the country is officially warming. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
E-Autos:ZF steckt 12 Milliarden Euro in autonomes Fahren
In den kommenden fünf Jahren will Automobilzulieferer ZF über zwölf Milliarden Euro in autonomes Fahren und E-Autos stecken. Insbesondere im Bereich der Nutzfahrzeuge sehen die Friedrichshafener dort Potenzial. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
How Russia Helped Swing the Election for Trump | The New Yorker
Donald Trump has adopted many contradictory positions since taking office, but he has been unwavering on one point: that Russia played no role in putting him in the Oval Office. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Scientists Predict What Will Happen To The Universe In The Next Trillions Of Years
We have always been curious about the future of humanity, fate of the planet earth and the universe itself. While predictions of the future can never be absolutely certain, however, studying various scientific fields help us to speculate future events. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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.@jlowin has an incredible ability to break down complex topics and make them approachable. Highly recommend this podcast with two great thinkers and friends. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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I’ve been interviewed many times and while interviews are OK, what I enjoy a lot more are public conversations between two people. Listening to two people talking as friends and peers is more enlightening to me. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
A stats-based look behind the venture capital curtain
I was catching up recently with a friend who had just celebrated her 15th year as a venture capitalist. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Series 5 YubiKey Will Help Kill the Password | WIRED
By now it's hopefully been drilled into you to enable two-factor authentication on your online accounts, giving you more protection than a password alone. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The sad and lonely life of an Eminem fan in 2018 | The Outline
I was born in 1989, which makes me the perfect age to grow up idolizing Eminem. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Twitter
The human brain is lazy, and in the absence of clear evaluation criteria, we substitute pattern matching. And because the culture fit screen holds a veto over other parts of the interview, this bias goes unchecked. Here’s how to fix the culture interview via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
An Oral History of Apple's Infinite Loop | WIRED
Last month, Apple became the first company valued at a trillion dollars. With its new ring-shaped campus, all glass and curvy lines, it looks the part of a company bestriding an industry. But its dominance wasn’t always assured. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Terms of Service Violation
While Alphabet faces existential challenges, its co-founder is exercising his right to be forgotten. Two decades after Page co-founded Google, his company is entering arguably its most perilous phase. Yes, its revenue continues to boom. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
the economist
AS THE second world war raged, Western intellectuals wondered if civilisation could recover. George Orwell, the most brilliant of the pessimists, wrote “Animal Farm” and began work on “1984”, which saw the future as “a boot stamping on a human face—forever”. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Fred Wilson & Andy Weissman: Managing Generational Change | Upfront Summit 2017 - YouTube
Fred Wilson and Andy Weissman of Union Square Ventures join Lindel Eakman of Foundry Group Next to discuss managing generational change at a venture capital firm. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by Pheelmore
“Who Will Greet You at Home”
The yarn baby lasted a good month, emitting dry, cotton-soft gurgles and pooping little balls of lint, before Ogechi snagged its thigh on a nail and it unravelled as she continued walking, mistaking its little huffs for the beginnings of hunger, not the cries of an infant being undone. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Matt Taibbi on the 10-Year Anniversary of the Crash – Rolling Stone
Ten years ago, on Saturday, September 13th, 2008, the world was about to end. The New York Federal Reserve was a zoo. Imagine NASA headquarters on the day a giant asteroid careens into the atmosphere. That was the New York Fed: all hands on deck, peak human panic. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Yoni Appelbaum: Americans Aren’t Practicing Democracy - The Atlantic
As participation in civic life has dwindled, so has public faith in the country’s system of government. Democracy is a most unnatural act. People have no innate democratic instinct; we are not born yearning to set aside our own desires in favor of the majority’s. via Pocket
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