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Judgment is the decisive skill
“In an age of nearly infinite leverage, judgment is the decisive skill.”
Broaden your range to improve your thinking
Expose yourself to fields that are different from yours. You’ll find surprising new ways of thinking to add to your repertoire.
Ignore the new releases, read these books instead
When overwhelmed by new options, it pays to find older, proven alternatives.
Bigger doesn’t mean smarter
In nature, bigger brains don’t necessary mean smarter creatures. Does this apply to artificial brains, too?
This is why we need AI literacy
Texas professor fails entire class after ChatGPT told him it wrote their assignments.
Thiel vs. Gladwell: How worldview affects explanations
Observations are theory-laden.
Stop consuming. Start savoring.
Time to raise the quality bar for what we feed our minds with.
We need more refined technology critiques
Only nuanced critiques can improve how we interact with technology.
Opportunistic lawn mowing
Remote work can let you integrate professional and personal tasks effectively, but only if two prerequisites are met.
Parkinson’s law strikes again
Even a best-selling productivity master cannot stop work expanding to fill the time available for its completion.
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