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- YY - Letter from Steve Wozniak to a high school student in Korea
yeonhoyoon.tumblr.com/post/44682321591/letter-from-steve-wozniak-to-a-high-school-student#_=_I’d like to share your excellent stories with the friends at my school. If you could send some hopeful messages for the students in my school, I would share it with my friends by publishing it in the school’s English newspaper. The best I can remember is th..
- What Have You Always Wanted to Start? #NoRegrets2013 | FounderDating
web.archive.org/web/20160310143720/founderdating.com/noregrets2013Mar 2016 - So, today we’re encouraging you to resolve to have #NoRegrets2013 by helping you get started on what you really want to do. We’ll help with the next steps – namely, getting started with the right people, which it’s no secret we believe is the smartest first..
- Life TODO
blog.alexmaccaw.com/life-todoCreating a life TODO list is one the most useful things I've ever done. It doesn't need to be anything special, mine's just a series of bullet points in no particular order, but the very act of committing your goals and ideas to paper seems to make them tha..
- reality check - What's the smallest change to physics required to allow magic? - Worldbuilding Stack Exchange
worldbuilding.stackexchange.com/questions/40949/whats-the-smallest-change-to-physics-required-to-allow-magicThis theorem is so profound that not only is it considered the single greatest addition to mathematical physics by a woman, but may consider it to be the greatest addition to mathematical physics period. The challenge with "magic" is that much of what we re..
- Moxie Marlinspike >> Blog >> Career Advice
moxie.org/2013/01/07/career-advice.htmlJan 2013 - In 1971, Dr. Philip Zimbardo conducted a psychological experiment that is now popularly known as the “Stanford Prison Experiment.” He constructed a makeshift simulated prison in the basement of Stanford University’s psychology department, took a group of vo..
- The ASP.NET Web API 2 HTTP Message Lifecycle in 43 Easy Steps
exceptionnotfound.net/the-asp-net-web-api-2-http-message-lifecycle-in-43-easy-steps-2Here's what we're going to do in this post: using that poster, we're going to enumerate every single step involved in processing a request and receiving a response using ASP.NET Web API 2, and explain a little more about each piece of the pipeline and where..
- Life (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
plato.stanford.edu/entries/lifeThus for Aristotle there was no problem of life, although there was a problem for an atomist view of nature that seemed inconsistent with biological phenomena (Rosen 1991). Descartes radically reconceptualized the problem by his dualism of matter and mind; ..
- Who do you want to be in life?. (working title) | by Yan | Medium
medium.com/@yansh/who-do-you-want-to-be-in-life-ca8ffa3d72e7#.8dk1m9ba3You know what you can do and what you love to do and often what you love to do has little to do with what you end up doing. For example, I get sad that when my paper is rejected for a conference submission — no matter how many times I’ve been told, and was ..
- The Meaning of Life | Derek Sivers
sive.rs/mlSo if life is time, the way to have a good life is to use time wisely. So if life is choice, the way to have a good life is to make good choices. Both my smart friends and my spiritual friends insist that the meaning of life is learning — that the reason yo..
- Why do some who thrive at university underperform in life, and vice versa. | Martin Varsavsky | EnglishMartin Varsavsky ..
english.martinvarsavsky.net/entrepreneurship/why-do-some-who-thrive-at-university-underperform-in-life-and-vice-versa.htmlEspecially if smart is defined as having performed very well at school which is how most people find out they are very smart. Not as to “why aren’t many smart people rich” but “why aren’t people who are not considered to be smart, rich”. And from what I hav..