One of my favorite human being, Charlie Munger, is back in the press. I loved this interview that he gave to CNBC. If you don't have 30 mins, just watch the last 3 mins. Thank me later 🙂 https://youtu.be/peUrLZ24GfM
So Bill and Malinda Gates published their annual letter for 2019. I have been reading the letters for the last 3 years. It's informative and dissects some of the most complicated problems that the world faces into interesting graphs, figures, and perspectives. While I highly recommend everyone to go through it, here are my takeaways: … Continue reading Textbooks are obsolete?
Some other YouTube channels that help trim the weeds of misinformation and disinformation are: Captain Disillusion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LI2nYhGhYM Captain Disillusion is funny and very informative. I bet that you will be learn something after the video that you did not know before. Adam Ruins Everything (It's on Netflix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H0NG403d0o If you like the traditional science TV … Continue reading Some more YouTube Recommendations
I've been a fan of the Vlog brothers since 2008 when I discovered YouTube. (Fun fact, I didn't have Wifi at home yet so I use to steal my neighbors unprotected "Linksys" wifi and stream youtube!) Coming back to Vlog brothers, for those uninitiated, Vlog brothers are John and Hank Green and they have a … Continue reading Navigating Digital Information
One of my goal for 2019 is to learn about mental health, and since charity begins at home, I decided to follow Take 10 series of Headspace. It's tough, I have known about headspace since 2015 and have completed Take 10 only once. Creating a habit is one of the toughest things I think, at … Continue reading Habits