Book I’m Reading
This is the first material I’ve read on Oppenheimer, the scientist who led teams of scientists at Los Alamos in developing the atomic bomb. This biography had good ratings on Goodreads, so I thought I’d try it. Oppenheimer was a…complicated human being.
Podcast I’m Listening To
Demetri and Kosloff have a good discussion here that introduced (to me, for the first time) the framework of seeing specific problems as fitting into one of two categories: 1) as a problem to be solved and 2) as a problem to be managed.
There are numerous interesting implications for applying that framework in any organization.
Tweets I’m Reading
In my talk, I referenced an important 1994 interview w/ Daniel Moynihan in @latimes. He expresses regret that a law he signed created today's homeless problem, & recommends legislators have own version of Hippocratic Oath "first do no harm." https://t.co/pwzHZRcimm https://t.co/TgDINL8vgQ— Bill Gurley (@bgurley) September 19, 2023
Friends and family asking you about Bitcoin?— Cory Klippsten | Swan.com 🦢 #Bitcoin (@coryklippsten) October 25, 2023
Start them off with this Bitcoin 101 course from the Swan Bitcoin Canon, featuring @aantonop @stephanlivera @naval @tferriss @NickSzabo4 @skwp @dergigi @LynAldenContact @real_vijay https://t.co/V1F117c0UQ
Sarcasm has a unique property, if it doesn't have an intelligent audience, it will make you look like a stupid.— EngiNerd. (@mainbhiengineer) May 29, 2014
The software engineering behind the X "algorithm" is epic. It has to distill 500 million daily tweets down to a personalized handful it shows each person. This algorithm runs ~57,000 times a second 🤯 … and each execution takes 220 seconds CPU time, but runs in 1.5 seconds real…— Lex Fridman (@lexfridman) October 28, 2023
Please take a second to watch this…— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) October 27, 2023
Leroy Walker’s son Joey tried to stop the mass shooter in Maine but he was killed.
Leroy shares why he can’t hate his son’s murderer. pic.twitter.com/wlURMdQxpY
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