Reading List for the Week ending June 23, 2017

  1. The Secret to Making Your Weekends Feel Longer
  2. The Willow-Bark Fallacy [and a challenge to readers]
  3. Dichotomies – How to use different kinds of thinking
  4. A Digital Collaborator: The Future of Search
  5. How to Prepare the Next Generation for Jobs in the AI Economy
  6. Leverage: Gaining Disproportionate Strength
  7. Regarding your dam complaint
  8. The Seduction of Pessimism
  9. Make two lists (Seth)
  10. Here’s How The Sensors in Autonomous Cars Work
  11. What 99% looks like
  12. How do you draw a circle? Analysis of 100,000 drawings to show how culture shapes our instincts
  13. Polar bears need to be fat, and they can’t be without sea ice
  14. Earth’s atmosphere is really thin compared to the radius of the Earth. How big a hole do I need to dig before people suffocate?
  15. Just Asking – A David Foster Wallace Article
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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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