Monday, September 18, 2017


"I call this life a happy one in which I do one good deed after another, with no intervals between them." -Marcus Aurelius

The World Turned Upside Down (and what to do about it) - by Russ Roberts [H/T @BrentBeshore] (LINK)
So we manage to convince ourselves that the evidence speaks so loudly, so emphatically, that we have no choice but to declare our allegiance to a particular tribe as a result of that evidence. The red tribe. Or the blue one. Or the white one. Or the black one. It rarely crosses our minds to notice that causation is probably going the opposite direction — the tribe we are in determines the evidence we notice and accept.
The Difference Between Open-Minded and Close-Minded People (LINK)

Ray Dalio on a Lifetime of Principles (video) [H/T The Big Picture] (LINK)
Related book (released tomorrow): Principles: Life and Work
Ray Dalio Says He's Ready to Give Away Bridgewater's Secrets (LINK)

A Dozen Lessons from Murray Gell-Mann that Apply to Business, Investing and Life - by Tren Griffin (LINK)

The Super-Aggregators and the Russians - by Ben Thompson (LINK)

Why Facebook’s Russia revelation may trigger a global regulatory backlash against platform monopolies (LINK)

What’s the True TAM of Search? (LINK)

Victor Niederhoffer talks with Barry Ritholtz on the Masters in Business podcast (LINK)

Grant's Podcast: 20-20 Vison (LINK)

Scott Malpass, Vice President and CIO of Notre Dame University, talks to Ted Seides (podcast) (LINK)

Social Influences Affect Your New Employee's Safety Behavior [H/T Linc] (LINK)

Bill and Melinda Gates: Let's Keep Investing in the World's Poor (LINK)

Bill & Melinda Gates: The Stories Behind the Data (video) (LINK)

Approach Technology Like the Amish - by Cal Newport (LINK)

The Case Against Civilization: Did our hunter-gatherer ancestors have it better? (LINK)