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How to Dramatically Increase Your Influence as a Leader - Lolly Daskal | Leadership | Lolly Daskal
Ultimately, all leadership is about influence. It’s the single most important factor in your impact. So how do you create influence? It begins with self-improvement—making an investment in your own abilities and adaptability—a commitment to keep growing and learning.
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Interview with Kirk Borne | Big Data Hype? The Worst is Behind Us | Manthan
Big Data & Data Scientist. Global Speaker. Astrophysicist. Space Scientist. And in addition to all those hats, Dr. Kirk Borne is the Principal Data Scientist and Executive Advisor at Booz Allen Hamilton, and a globally acknowledged influencer since 2013.
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The Pitch
Invisible Hits is a column in which Tyler Wilcox scours the internet for the best (and strangest) bootlegs, rarities, outtakes, and live clips.
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“To be honest, I'm somewhat uneasy about all the attention @aoc is getting, because a lot of it is obviously for the wrong reasons. She's telegenic and her shocking rise makes a good story; but there are lots of impressive freshmen in this class, and she gets all the attention 2/”
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3 days ago by marshallk
What Mary Oliver’s Critics Don’t Understand | The New Yorker
“Mary Oliver is saving my life,” Paul Chowder, the title character of Nicholson Baker’s novel “The Anthologist,” scrawls in the margins of Oliver’s “New and Selected Poems, Volume One.” A struggling poet, Chowder is suffering from a severe case of writer’s block.
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How to win public support for a global carbon tax
Late last year, ‘yellow vest’ protests erupted across France. One trigger was a planned hike in the price of petrol. Fuel-tax rises, now on hold, are part of France’s strategy to reduce carbon emissions by 40% from 1990 levels by 2030 and phase out petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040.
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The Open Graph protocol
The enables any web page to become a rich object in a social graph. For instance, this is used on Facebook to allow any web page to have the same functionality as any other object on Facebook.
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4 days ago by marshallk
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Thank you @dianamobrien for sharing the secrets for a grown up marketing: - Bring the right MINDSET - Create MOMENTS that matter - Share your best MOVES - Find a MEANING - Go beyond and deliver enduring value #sprinklrlife
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How Leaders Can Get Honest, Productive Feedback
As an executive coach, I work with many successful leaders who want to become even more effective. Recently, I asked a client of mine what kind of feedback she was receiving to help her be a better leader. She said, “My last performance review was really positive.
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We could still prevent 1.5 ˚C of warming—but we almost certainly won’t - MIT Technology Review
A new study finds the world could still avoid 1.5 ˚C of warming, achieving the aim of the landmark Paris climate accord. The bad news is we almost certainly won’t.
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How to Be Creative When You’re Feeling Stressed
More than just lightly toasted, your brain feels singed. You’re burned out, and the cumulative stress makes it hard to decide what to eat for dinner, let alone come up with innovative ideas. But people are still expecting you to produce creative solutions despite your current mental state.
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Opinion | Run, Joe, Run - The New York Times
In the summer of 2016, it was becoming clear that Hillary Clinton was a weaker presidential candidate than many Democrats had expected. Some problems were of her own making (the Wall Street speeches), and some were overhyped by the media (emails!).
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Cloak In Woke – Woke Capital As A Strategy – The American Sun
The gay cries that they are the underdog while all of us scroll past a month’s worth of PRIDE tweets from every corporation on the globe. This is woke capital. The nexus of progressive state religion and big business is out in the open and increasingly obnoxious.
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6 days ago by marshallk
Aboard the giant sand-sucking ships that China uses to reshape the world - MIT Technology Review
Fifteen miles out on the water south of Biloxi, Mississippi, below a cloudless sky, a foaming torrent of gray-black slurry gushes into a ship.
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7 days ago by marshallk
01-13-2019 - TA #26: 🎉 7 New Things I've Learned About the Best Brand Newsletters in 2019, How to Stop Procrastinating for Real
Find your Doris. Warren Buffett's annual Letter to Shareholders goes out to thousands of Berkshire Hathaway shareholders. But he writes it to one person: His sister, Doris. So who is your Doris? Who is the one person you think of as you write?  
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Principles of Environmental Justice
Principles of Environmental Justice (Printable PDF version) Delegates to the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit held on October 24-27, 1991, in Washington DC, drafted and adopted 17 principles of Environmental Justice.
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7 days ago by marshallk
A Look Ahead At The Year In Space
Though only two weeks old, 2019 has already been a banner year in space. NASA has successfully flown by an object 4 billion miles away, and the Chinese have landed on the dark side of the moon.
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the economist
FEMALE ECONOMISTS are rare. So every year, after the meeting of the American Economic Association (AEA), a group flock together.
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Twitter OPML Export
Get the RSS-feeds of the websites of the people you follow on Twitter to subscribe to them with a Feedreader. Examples: Feedly, Tiny Tiny RSS, NewsBlur.
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8 days ago by marshallk
What does 2019 have in store for influencer marketing? - TechHQ
This year has been a big year for influencer marketing. The number of brands allocating bigger budgets to the channel is continuing to grow rapidly with many now viewing it as a crucial and valuable addition to their marketing toolbox.
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8 days ago by marshallk
Why Teams? – Complex systems channel – Medium
Why do we need teams? Teams can make complex decisions correctly and perform highly complex tasks. One person can only know so much: There is a limited number of different things that a person can respond to successfully.
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8 days ago by marshallk
10 Excel Functions Everyone Should Know
The past 10 years have seen a wave of innovative big data software designed to analyze, manipulate, and visualize data. Yet for the regular knowledge worker, Microsoft Excel, 30 years on, remains the go-to product for people looking to make sense of data.
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The Death of a Gig Worker - The Atlantic
An 8-year-old told me about Pablo Avendano’s death: “My dad’s friend was just killed riding his bike.” The 8-year-old was a friend of my son, Dai. I had taken the boys out for water ice in our neighborhood in Philadelphia.
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7 fashion brands that are designing out waste - Fashion Revolution : Fashion Revolution
Here are 7 brands from around the world that are tackling waste in exciting and innovative ways….
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How to Say “Sorry” in Customer Experience Failures
Saying “sorry” is not admitting defeat. It’s admitting you’re human. Customers like that. Beloved companies regularly practice this important peace process. It makes them grow.
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8 days ago by marshallk
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“@evankirstel @Amtrak @dez_blanchfield What a coincidence! I'm on @Amtrak too!! #DC to #NYC #MidAtlantic #travel”
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8 days ago by marshallk
The Elements of AI - a free online course
Other language versions are on the way! The elements of AI is a free online course for everyone interested in learning what AI is, what is possible (and not possible) with AI, and how it affects our lives – with no complicated math or programming required.
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8 days ago by marshallk
How Smart Storytelling Can Improve Your Social Sales - jumper.ai blog
Humans are hardwired to enjoy stories. We’re as enthralled by them today as we have been for thousands of years. There’s no better way to capture attention and lead your potential customers along the journey from complete stranger to interested prospect. 
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What Does Tulsi Gabbard Believe? | The New Yorker
When Tulsi Gabbard arrived at Lihue Airport, on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, she was greeted with a lei made of vibrant plumeria flowers, a small bottle of coconut water, a bagful of mangoes, and a profusion of alerts on her phone.
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2019 MLK Celebration Keynote Speaker - Ijeoma Oluo - YouTube
Ijeoma Oluo is the author of New York Times Best Seller, "So You Want to Talk About Race."
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Urban Scaling and Its Deviations: Revealing the Structure of Wealth, Innovation and Crime across Cities
With urban population increasing dramatically worldwide, cities are playing an increasingly critical role in human societies and the sustainability of the planet. An obstacle to effective policy is the lack of meaningful urban metrics based on a quantitative understanding of cities.
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Upshot
Dense cities like New York have long promised higher wages, but now that is primarily true for workers with more education, a new analysis finds.
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the economist
THE importance of science in society has no greater spokesperson than Lord Martin Rees.
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ONE THING... Influence Without Authority — Product Culture
Influence is the superpower of good product people. Few people report to your average PM, but they have outsized impact on their organization.
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9 days ago by marshallk
Rep. Rashida Tlaib cursing got 5 times more coverage on cable news than Rep. Steve King embracing white supremacy
When it comes to a congresswoman cursing versus a congressman embracing white supremacy, cable news apparently believes the cursing deserves more coverage -- five times more coverage, to be exact. On January 4, the day after Rep.
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Can America Really Have High Speed Internet for All? | The Takeaway | WNYC Studios
Download Visitors stand near a 5G logo at a display for Chinese fiber optic cable maker YOFC at the PT Expo in Beijing, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018.
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CONVERSABLE ECONOMIST: A Global Human Capital Index
Finding ways for people to be healthier and better-educated is both a useful goal in itself, and also an investment that increases future economic production.
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What is the Future of Additive Manufacturing? | Jabil
The future of additive manufacturing looks bright. In the future, 3D printing will position itself more prominently in the manufacturing landscape. As costs continue to reduce and processes become more efficient, the possibilities for use-cases will expand considerably. 
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L'Oréal unveils prototype of first-ever wearable microfluidic sensor to measure skin pH levels - L'Oréal
L’Oréal today introduced a prototype of the latest innovation from the L’Oréal Technology Incubator at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show.
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Research Intern - Microsoft Research FATE & Microsoft Office in New York, New York, United States | Research at Microsoft
Apply for Research Intern - Microsoft Research FATE & Microsoft Office job with Microsoft in New York, New York, United States. Research at Microsoft
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A new Microsoft app lets you easily sketch 360-degree scenes - Microsoft News Centre UK
Artists and designers can now easily sketch 360-degree scenes thanks to a new Microsoft app. Sketch 360 is a free program that uses Windows Ink to let users draw digital models and share them with others, reducing the time it takes to explain, edit and re-do prototypes.
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Researchers may have witnessed the birth of a black hole
Researchers believe they might have an explanation for an incredibly bright event that took place in a distant dwarf galaxy. Scientists observed it last June when the object in question lit up and then faded over the course of 16 days, and it has continued to spark interest and debate.
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Less than you think: Prevalence and predictors of fake news dissemination on Facebook | Science Advances
So-called “fake news” has renewed concerns about the prevalence and effects of misinformation in political campaigns. Given the potential for widespread dissemination of this material, we examine the individual-level characteristics associated with sharing false articles during the 2016 U.S.
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More Start-Ups Have an Unfamiliar Message for Venture Capitalists: Get Lost - The New York Times
On a sunny Saturday morning in New York a few months ago, a group of 50 start-up founders gathered in the dank basement of a Lower East Side bar. They scribbled notes at long tables, sipping coffee and LaCroix while a stack of pizza boxes emanated the odor of hot garlic.
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Opinion | You Should Meditate Every Day - The New York Times
Sure, it’s become a wellness fad. But it’s the best way I’ve found to keep digital monsters at bay.
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9 days ago by marshallk
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Topic extraction is very often a crucial step in Natural Language Processing. It results in lists of entities, concepts, phrases, numbers that often are the input for further processes, used for Competitive Intelligence, Social Media Analysis and Search and Content Recommendation.
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The importance of being earnest about the importance of nodes – Petter Holme
One of the problems network science sets out to solve is to find important nodes. Of course, what is important depends on the context, but an applied scientist coming to network science for a solution probably has a clear idea what it means to her study object.
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Some of my personal reading goals before May.
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At Ring’s R&D Team, Security Gaps and Rookie Engineers — The Information
Recent Articles Enterprise Amazon Cloud Oracle’s Hurd Touts Apps, Plays Down AWS Threat By Nick Wingfield and Kevin McLaughlin Amazon E-commerce Good Eggs Hatches Grocery Comeback By Priya Anand Google Facebook Apple Markets The Tech Firms With the Strongest Balance Sheets By Martin Peers Media Am
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For Owners of Amazon's Ring Security Cameras, Strangers May Have Been Watching
The “smart home” of the 21st century isn’t just supposed to be a monument to convenience, we’re told, but also to protection, a Tony Stark-like bubble of vigilant algorithms and internet-connected sensors working ceaselessly to watch over us.
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Crackdown on Bloggers Is Mounted by China - The New York Times
HONG KONG — These are bad times to be a Big V in China.
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10 days ago by marshallk
Nnedi Okorafor: Sci-fi stories that imagine a future Africa | TED Talk
"My science fiction has different ancestors -- African ones," says writer Nnedi Okorafor. In between excerpts from her "Binti" series and her novel "Lagoon," Okorafor discusses the inspiration and roots of her work -- and how she opens strange doors through her Afrofuturist writing.
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Ocean Warming Is Accelerating Faster Than Thought, New Research Finds - The New York Times
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10 days ago by marshallk
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THREAD: I'm just an advertising guy, but thought I'd put a marketing lens on the news of Manafort sharing "polling data" with a Russian operative.
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11 days ago by marshallk
Futures Thinking Enters the Mainstream | The Futures School
Let’s kick off with a simple exercise: close your eyes and imagine a black and white image with a vertical line connecting to a horizontal line forming a 90 degree angle  … okay, it’s a graph!
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Networks and Wirearchy | Learning Change
No one doubts that better management of data, information, and knowledge within the firm will lead to improved innovation and competitive advantage. Everyone agrees on the goal – better utilization of internal and external knowledge. It is the approach to this goal that is hotly debated.
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Robotic dildo barred from top tech showcase, prompting sexism claims | Technology | The Guardian
The developers of a female-focused sex toy are alleging gender bias at the International Consumer Electronics Show after organizers revoked an innovation award honoring the company and prohibited it from showcasing its product.
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Vitalik Buterin Thinks This Man's Ideas Can Break America's Political Logjam
Glen Weyl is the co-author, with Eric Posner, of Radical Markets: Uprooting Capitalism and Democracy for a Just Society. Despite its subtitle, the book is decidedly pro-market, arguing that price mechanisms are invaluable tools for allocating resources and building healthy societies.
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"The Invisible Helping Hand"
Feeding America (formerly known as America’s Second Harvest) is a non-profit organization that receives food donations from farmers, manufacturers, and retailers and distributes them to food banks around the nation.
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12 days ago by marshallk
Quaker Is Finally Making Oat Milk, and It’s Dang Delicious | Brit + Co
Before you subject your tastebuds to the weird and wonderful new foods and drinks going viral on Instagram, check out Brit + Co’s reviews on First Bite, our new series where we tell you if they are truly snack-tastic or totally terrible.
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12 days ago by marshallk
SaaS Bounces Back
The SaaS market has recovered from recent lows, returning to comparatively healthy levels on the public markets. In regular trading today, the BVP Nasdaq Emerging Cloud Index, formerly known as the Bessemer Cloud Index, closed above the 900-point threshold.
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“@marshallk Here’s to that moment.”
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10 More Free Must-Read Books for Machine Learning and Data Science
It's time for another collection of free machine learning and data science books to kick off your summer learning season. Because that's a thing. Right?
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“Here are five broad guidelines for interpreting effect sizes across the social sciences. In the paper, I propose simple questions and corresponding interpretations for applying these guidelines. /5”
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13 days ago by marshallk
How to Choose a Startup to Work For by Thinking Like An Investor - Triplebyte Blog
I believe that most advice on choosing a startup to work for is wrong. Early employees at wildly successful startups suggest you assume the value of your equity is zero and instead optimize for how much you can learn.
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13 days ago by marshallk
7 tech trends to watch at CES 2019
This past year was challenging for the tech world, to say the least, but the new year brings an opportunity to change the conversation. A huge opportunity, actually — CES 2019, the world's largest tech show, is right around the corner.
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People overvalue money and undervalue time. What time-saving practice do you swear by?
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14 days ago by marshallk
www.washingtonpost.com
On Sept 10, 2001, I published a column about Belarus, the former Soviet republic squeezed between Russia and Europe.
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23 types of regression - Data Science Central
This contribution is from David Corliss. David teaches a class on this subject, giving a (very brief) description of 23 regression methods in just an hour, with an example and the package and procedures used for each case.  Here you can check the webcast done for Central Michigan University.
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14 days ago by marshallk
The promise and peril of military applications of artificial intelligence - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
The promise of AI—including its ability to improve the speed and accuracy of everything from logistics and battlefield planning to human decision making—is driving militaries around the world to accelerate research and development. Here’s why.
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DNA Testing Cos. Increase Lobbying as Privacy Concerns Mount
It’s a scene from a dystopian novel: You’re curious about your ancestry so you purchase a genealogy kit online and submit a sample of your saliva to find out whether your grandmother was right about your family origins. A few weeks later you get your results.
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16 days ago by marshallk
CES chief Gary Shapiro predicts the biggest hits of 2019 show - Video | ZDNet
Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association, talks to ZDNet's Jason Hiner about the biggest tech trends he expects to see at CES 2019.
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16 days ago by marshallk
Trends: Constellation 2018 Enterprise Awards - A Software Insider's Point of View
In 2018, enterprise tech remained fast-paced, innovative, and action-packed.  The Constellation Research team attended over 250 enterprise tech events, handled 1000’s of inquiries and briefings, dealt with 1000’s of media inquiries, and reached 100’s of millions in the social sphere.
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