Reading List for the Week ending July 7, 2017

NOTE : Many readers have shared articles with me overtime, this list is dedicated to all the readers. All these articles are contributed by the readers

  2. The AI Revolution: Our Immortality or Extinction
  3. Nike is finally going to start selling on Amazon for one simple reason
  4. Quantum common senseQuantum common sense
  5. Google Makes So Much Money, It Never Had to Worry About Financial Discipline—Until Now
  6. 10X Your Results, One Tiny Action at a Time (The Power of Incremental Progress)
  7. What Cookies and Meth Have in Common
  8. Apple could be putting together an augmented reality team
  9. The real power of free markets: not efficiency, but innovation and dumb luck
  10. Why can’t we stop for death?
  11. How Google Could Rig the 2016 Election
  13. Conglomerates Didn’t Die. They Look Like Amazon.
  14. Dear Class of 2017…
  15. Here’s The Profound Psychological Shift That Frees People From Perfectionism

Experiment Results : Data showed that there are no views on Saturdays and Sundays, so my hypothesis was that because I share a new list on Monday that’s why people read on Mondays. To test the same, I did not launch the list yesterday to observe if the sharing effect is real. What I observed was that the number of visitors as well as number of views increased by a similar amount as usual. I do not have enough detailed data to analyze further, but it shows that every Monday we try to start our week with a new perspective.



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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