Game of Thrones premiered the first episode of the final season. I binged watched the whole series from the beginning, this would be like 5th or 6th viewing for me. A lot of episodes are well produced, written and directed. So many characters to root for and hate on. My personal favorite is the character … Continue reading Two lessons from Sansa Stark
I quit Facebook little over 3 years ago, 2 years since Instagram. About 2 years since Twitter and I was never an avid Snapchat user. And now I can safely say that I don't have any social media addiction. So, how does it feel? I think there is a measurable increase in my overall "Happiness". … Continue reading It’s been 3 years since I quit Facebook. What has changed?
Disney recently announced that they are launching their own streaming service called Disney+. This will directly take on Netflix which currently dominates the video streaming market. Disney(DIS) is an '8-80 company'. An 8-80 company is the one whose products are used by 8-year kid, an 80-year elder and everyone in between. It also means that … Continue reading Disney+
I thought learning was all about the hours you put in. There is a difference between “knowing something” and “knowing the name of something” Step 1: Teach it to a childTake out a blank sheet of paper and write the subject you want to learn at the top.A lot of people tend to use complicated vocabulary … Continue reading Secret algorithm to learn anything new
This is Part 3 and the final of this multi-part summary. Read Part 1 and Part 2. Importance of having a group/buddy system:Have a buddy system to help you make more objective decision and forces you to think in bets. Most of the groups that we hang out with are based out of confirmation bias. … Continue reading Book Summary – Thinking in Bets-3
I've been trying to organize my notes from Annie Duke's latest book "Thinking in Bets". There is so much to uncover there, its taking longer than I expected. I'll get it done this weekend(says while keeping fingers crossed). Meanwhile, here is something that I thought is one of the more interesting concept in the book: … Continue reading “Resulting”
TED-ed has some awesome video animations. I particularly love the new "There's a poem for That". The videos are well produced, the poems are a perfect mixture of hard hitters like Shakespeare and contemporary. Along with the poem, there are conversations with the poet and analysis of the poem which gives deeper insights. Source: TED-edhttps://www.youtube.com/user/TEDEducation/ … Continue reading There’s a poem for That