I love listening to The Lovin’ Spoonful. Their music is sort of laid back and never pretentious. Listening to this soothing music brings back a… Read More »Haruki Murakami on commonplace origin stories; or, Life on the cutting room floor
A history of augmentation Wikipedia has a nice, roughly chronological list of early technologies. It seems that weapons, cooking and languages were the trio that… Read More »Technology (3): A history of augmentation
This is an extract from an excellent interview with Donald Lobo on Deval Sanghavi‘s No Cost Extension podcast at Dasra. Recommended. Deval Sanghavi: I think… Read More »Donald Lobo and Deval Sanghavi on unrestricted donations
Recommended – accompanied by slides and just-as-interesting information about Steve Blank’s involvement at his website here.
Note: These highlights aren’t my own – they’re highlights from Sawyer Hollenshead’s highlights page for David Epstein’s Range. (I guess that just such highlights-of-the-highlights are… Read More »More from David Epstein on kind and wicked learning environments
The point here though, the takeaway, is that relief [of generals in World War 2] was very common. The more common it was, the less… Read More »Thomas Ricks on firing generals and the two basic tools of management