Browsing All Posts published on »December, 2018«

Invested | Review & Highlights

December 26, 2018

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Danielle Town & Phil Town. Invested: How warren Buffett and Charlie Munger Taught Me to Master My Mind, My Emotions, and My Money. William Morro, 2018. (319 pages) REVIEW 80-90% of this book is filled with personal anecdotes by Danielle on her family, her love life, her friendships, her inner monologue, and other random intimacies. While I […]

Believed podcast | Reflections

December 18, 2018

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REFLECTIONS This series is one of the most insightfully disturbing, tragically illuminating, and piercingly convicting podcasts I’ve listened to. The Larry Nassar case and story is no doubt about one man’s serial abuse of children and young women. It is absolutely about the courage and valiance of those who have come forward to tell their […]

TED | Douglas Rushkoff: Team Human

December 15, 2018

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I got invited to an exclusive resort to deliver a talk about the digital future to what I assumed would be a couple of hundred tech executives. And I was there in the green room, waiting to go on, and instead of bringing me to the stage, they brought five men into the green room […]

TED | Robin Steinberg: What if we ended the injustice of bail?

December 7, 2018

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“I hate injustice and simply can’t sit still when I see it.” TRANSCRIPT I will never forget the first time I visited a client in jail. The heavy, metal door slammed behind me, and I heard the key turn in the lock. The cement floor underneath me had a sticky film on it that made […]

Finite and Infinite Games | Notes

December 2, 2018

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James P. Carse. Finite and Infinite Games: A Vision of Life as Play and Possibility. Ballantine Books, 1986. (180 pages) The rules of the finite games may not change; the rules of an infinite game must change. Finite players play within boundaries; infinite players play with boundaries. Finite players are serious; infinite games are playful. A finite player […]