Vibrant flowers are starting to “open” up. Has Spring sprung? We invite you to sample some fresh ideas by reviewing our links for the month.
Doomberg | On the Cusp of an Economic Singularity
“One mustn’t look at the abyss, because there is at the bottom an inexpressible charm which attracts us.” – Gustave Flaubert
The Washington Post | Not All Yield Curve Inversions Are Fatal
The yield curve is almost inverted. Indeed, parts of it are inverted already. And it’s flattened remarkably swiftly. Does any of this matter? A large part of the population is entitled to ask: What does any of this mean?
Farnam Street | The Feynman Learning Technique
If you’re after a way to supercharge your learning and become smarter, the Feynman Technique is the best way to learn absolutely anything. Devised by a Nobel Prize-winning physicist, it leverages the power of teaching for better learning.
Even if you’ve never heard of Steve Wilhite, the amount of time you’ve spent staring at computer graphics powered by technology he created may be incalculable.
Apple Podcasts | On the Margin: The Fourth Turning Has Arrived
In this episode of On The Margin Mike Ippolito is joined by Neil Howe Author of the best-selling book The Fourth Turning.
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