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Life is an escape game where you start out with all the right tools but you can't use them until you gather enough courage.
📣 New essay distilling one strand of some ongoing work✨
I argue that books lack a functioning model of how people learn—instead, they're (accidentally, invisibly) built around a model that's plainly false. Plus some early models for what to do about it. https://t.co/hd5VoJIHI2
Before any “futurist” speaks at an event about future trends, they should have to present the talk they gave 10 years ago.
I suspect most crowds would no longer hold them in as high regard.
"Nights are like the lives of human beings. All too brief." -- Samurai Champloo
Incredibly moving and inspiring new video from NASA, about the new missions to return to the moon by 2024 and establish a permanent presence. This is the best of what makes us human https://t.co/pl2kooUY9M
Bitcoin exchanges & custodians are "too big to bail", i.e. they can fail like pre 1914 gold banks could:
- No lender of last resort
- Private insurance only option
- Ultimately good for HODLers: no socialization of risk
- But: due diligence matters, buyer beware
Introducing The Bitcoin Rabbit Hole: https://t.co/nE3Vw9XPvE
My curated collection of top Bitcoin-related essays, research, presentations, videos, and more.
I'm excited to share with you an early look at our work on a scalable, open src, permissionless Layer 2 network for Decentralized Identifiers that runs atop Bitcoin, developed and supported by Microsoft as an open public infrastructure for all - meet ION: https://t.co/9TOl8oyEVB
8/ What are Satisficing Brands?
Most of the time we prioritize safety over perfection. We'll pay a premium not only for ‘better,’ but for ‘less likely to be terrible.’
When we buy Satisficing Brands, we buy safety and assurance.
2/ Behavioral economics explained in a sentence:
The context, the medium, and the interface where a decision is made may have a far greater effect on our decision making than the long-term consequences of a decision, even when we know those consequences.