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I like people stories, especially people who I find such interesting lives, compared to mine. I loved watching Jermichael Finley play. He was one of the best Packers Tight Ends I’ve seen. When he wasn’t resigned by the Packers after his spinal injury, I wasn’t happy because he made the team so much better, and […]
I heard this podcast mentioned on a Tim Ferris podcast and decided to check it out. It’s pretty good information for managers. Now, how do I tell my manager that his one-on-ones fail because they’re really about status? https://www.manager-tools.com/podcasts
I’m glad this is finally getting some scientific attention. Use DNA as an excuse if you must, but shoe lace knots have their own importance. My round, thin, red shoelaces become untied almost before I finish standing up from tying them. http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/2017/0412/What-makes-a-knot-strong-Scientists-have-figured-out-how-your-shoelaces-untie-themselves https://www.ted.com/talks/terry_moore_how_to_tie_your_shoes
This is what I think whenever I hear some company executive or HR talking about how people are their most important resource. http://www.smbc-comics.com/comic/our-greatest-asset
See http://www.theweberventure.com/?p=180 for my blog post about note taking.
I like languages. I find learning them hard, but how languages spread, evolve, and are related, tells the history of human expansion, war, and cultural integration. Check out this YouTube channel for discussions on how languages are studied, correlated, etc. There is a lot of material about languages at this website.
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