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NOTE: I do not reccomend most people read these articles, transcripts etc. Moreso used as a primer for me to be able to scan through and if I recognize an article I found valuable or interesting I can then re-read it. Most people wont find any value in any of these articles.
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Beating The AveragesPaul GrahamWriting
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Lies We Tell KidsPaul GrahamWriting
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Steve Jobs D8 Conference 2010Steve Jobshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5f8bqYYwpsVideo
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Admiral William McRaven Commencement SpeechWilliam McRaven
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxBQLFLei70
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Not a software engineerPatrick McKenzieWriting
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Salary NegotiationPatrick McKenzieWriting
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Why Software Is Eating the WorldMarc Andreeson
https://a16z.com/2011/08/20/why-software-is-eating-the-world/
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Non-technical founder? Learn to hackSam Altman
http://blog.samaltman.com/non-technical-founder-learn-to-hack
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The Only Way to Grow HugeSam Altman
http://blog.samaltman.com/the-only-way-to-grow-huge
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Advice for ambitious 19 year oldsSam Altman
http://blog.samaltman.com/advice-for-ambitious-19-year-olds
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Value is created by doingSam Altman
http://blog.samaltman.com/value-is-created-by-doing
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ProductivitySam Altmanhttp://blog.samaltman.com/productivityWriting
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E Pur Si MuoveSam Altmanhttp://blog.samaltman.com/e-pur-si-muoveWriting
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How To Get Rich (without getting lucky)Naval Ravikant
https://twitter.com/naval/status/1002103360646823936?lang=en
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How to be SuccessfulSam Altman
http://blog.samaltman.com/how-to-be-successful
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5 Ways To Build a $100 million businessChristoph Janz
http://christophjanz.blogspot.com/2014/10/five-ways-to-build-100-million-business.html
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17 Questions That Changed my LifeTim Ferriss
https://tim.blog/2016/12/07/testing-the-impossible-17-questions-that-changed-my-life/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
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Doomsday Prep for the Super-RichEvan Osnos
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/01/30/doomsday-prep-for-the-super-rich
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-what weve survived, why we should use our power to aim to help instead of prepare for the worst
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FastPatrick CollisonWriting
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ProgressPatrick Collisonhttps://patrickcollison.com/progressWriting
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John Carmack Joe Rogan ExperienceJohn Carmack/Joe Rogan
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udlMSe5-zP8
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"Yea, although I suspect that at least modern people in modern society do not really have that discerning of a level of scent, like if you took some peruvian indigeny they probably would complain like 'the fidelity on this is garbage, I should have 500 different smells here, and I only detect 5... but you take a normal city person, and you just... 3 scents of jungle is probably going to be more than enough to sell the experience." -John Carmack on scents in virtual reality😂😂 -------- Im conscious of the fact that I have a foot in both camps here, where you know im building VR, which is kind of the stuck in the matrix sort of thing, the dystopian modern science fiction future, but a large part of me does still kind of hanker for this old sense of 'no the possibilities are unlimited, technology will save us, we can get there, its a matter of engineering. We can build what we want, weve never been in a better position before. Theres smarter people in the world today than there ever have been.
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How to lose $1 billion in 10 secondsZachary Crockett
https://thehustle.co/gerald-ratners-billion-dollar-speech
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Three Expensive MillisecondsPaul Krugman
https://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/14/opinion/krugman-three-expensive-milliseconds.html
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The Relation of Physics to Other SciencesRichard Feynman
http://www.feynmanlectures.caltech.edu/I_03.html
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21st Century Datacenter Locations Driven by 19th Century PoliticsGeorge Moore
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/21st-century-datacenter-locations-driven-19th-politics-george-moore/
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Kroger/Microsoft Retail As A ServiceGeorge Moore
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/krogermicrosoft-retail-service-george-moore?articleId=6488106221382565888#comments-6488106221382565888&trk=public_profile_article_view
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10 Survival Uses For A Trash BagTim MacWelch
https://www.outdoorlife.com/blogs/survivalist/2013/11/10-survival-uses-trash-bag/
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Green Beret’s Bug out Bag | Survival PrepperKarl, Tactical Rifleman
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToonXShDAFk
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Survival Basics | Can you Survive?Karl, Tactical Rifleman
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0AGEVL6b_I
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The Search For Steve DitkoBBC4, Jonathon Ross
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gwDnhMO8is
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Spider-Man to Spawn, How Todd McFarlane Became the Biggest Comic Book Artist Ever
Todd McFarlane, Complexhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvKbRIuWFioVideo
Royalty change for artists from Marvel to Image. Artists not being found because they made more on one check than they had previously made in a year.
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The Alluring Fantasy of a Microsoft Android PhoneMichael Allison
https://mspoweruser.com/the-alluring-fantasy-of-a-microsoft-android-phone/
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Sure, there may be some integration that’s cool, but it is hard to imagine the promise of built Microsoft integration exciting any but a few Microsoft fans. Even if it comes to that, Microsoft’s Android software they don’t share a common identity in the same way Google’s or Samsung’s or Huawei’s suite of apps do at the moment. Some like Outlook are visually distinct from Xbox are visually distinct from OneNote. It would look haphazard, something Microsoft can get away with as a third-party app developer but not as a prospective phone OEM.------- --------In the end, the most interesting and safe way for Redmond to stay in mobile appears to be to continue doing what it’s already doing. Yes, Microsoft could build an excellent smartphone. But it has nothing to gain from it. Its software is already on every device and needs no prophet to announce it. Samsung, as well as a few other Android OEMs, already ship Microsoft’s apps as value adds on their own devices. The smartphone market is not one for the faint of heart, and if Microsoft’s already winning the game, there’s no need to make it harder.
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RIP Headphone JackJesus Diaz
https://www.tomsguide.com/news/rip-headphone-jack-how-the-industry-created-and-killed-the-worlds-most-popular-port
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Advantages of 18650 Batteries Over OthersN/Ahttps://www.reddit.com/r/flashlight/wiki/18650Writing
While we're on the subject of capacity, battery makers have been putting their best tech in to 18650s. See, there's this little company called Tesla that makes electric cars, and they use 18650s, not to mention power banks and just about everything with one of those accursed proprietary form-factor Li-ion battery packs. There's a lot of competition to make a longer-lasting 18650, so the capacity of the best 18650s (3400mAh Panasonic NCR18650Bs) is much greater than might be expected for the physical size when compared to other Li-ion cells like 14500 (AA-size), 16340 (CR123-size) and 26650 (like a fat 18650, sometimes used in bigger flashlights). The 12.6 watt-hours in a single 18650 is three CR123s, three lithium AA's, four of the best NiMH AA's or, under the load of a 1000 lumen flashlight, six alkaline D cells.
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Why Machines That Bend Are BetterVeritasiumhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97t7Xj_iBv0Video
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How a Harvard Professor Makes Transforming Toys & DesignsChuck Hoberman, WIREDhttps://youtu.be/xN9hTo3iR6A
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Why We Need Net Neutrality: Examples of Shady ISP Practices /u/jayesch
https://www.reddit.com/r/Documentaries/comments/7eo77y/charge_fees_for_documentaries_and_bandwith_caps/dq6gq3d/
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