Reading List for the Week ending June 16, 2017

  1. Trickle-down workaholism in startups
  2. Expiring vs. Long-Term Knowledge (Two kinds of knowledge in the age of information)
  3. The Impossible Mathematics of the Real World
  4. What Doesn’t Seem Like Work? – a Paul Graham essay
  5. Conspicuous consumption is over. It’s all about intangibles now
  6. Living in dissatisfaction
  7. A brief rant on the future of interaction design
  8. “This is Water” – David Foster Wallace’s commencement speech transcript
  9. Here’s Why Your Shorts Aren’t Cheaper Than Your Pants – The length isn’t the only thing that matters here
  10. Entropy: Why Life Always Seems to Get More Complicated
  11. Wanting Monogamy as 1,946 Men Await My Swipe
  12. The days and nights of Elon Musk: How he spends his time at work and play
  13. Inside “Steel Pulse”, The Project That Became Elon Musk’s Solar Roof
  14. The only three ways to be more productive (Courage is the key)
  15. When the World Is Led by a Child
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Author: ayushthakur

I am an engineer by degree and decision scientist by profession. I have an interest in philosophy, education, arts, decision making, science, psychology and many more. I have stumbled upon good ideas while having conversations with people, reading some articles while surfing the internet. This blog is an attempt to collate all those in a single place Disclaimer: I have no philosophical, religious or political connections whatsoever. If you find anything that hurts your philosophical, religious or political sentiments consider it a divine intervention.

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