Tiny Habits Book Review

This book is VERY good. One of the best nonfiction books I’ve ever read (I’ve lost count, probably over 1,000 books). It doesn’t change the fact that there are some cons, and as usual, I’ll start with them. CONS 1. The Flaw The main con of the book is a piece of absolute, utter hogwash […]

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Loving the Chaos

Since I began blogging in 2004, my website has been hacked half a dozen times. People I’ve never met have published scathing personal criticisms of me as a human being. Some have sent me hateful messages, including the occasional death threat. My ex-wife actually had to get the FBI involved to deal with a nasty…

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Call, Raise, or Fold

Let me share one of my favorite techniques for simplifying complicated decisions. There’s a popular form of poker called Texas Hold’em, and in this game (as well as in many other poker variants), you just really just have three possible decisions on each turn: call, raise, or fold. So you can call – or match…

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Just Deciding

If clarity won’t succumb to an information-based approach, how can we possibly make any headway here? Don’t we need reliable information in order to make good decisions about our lives? Here’s the thing: we actually don’t. We often make decisions without perfect information, and we still get by. We don’t freeze up constantly. Every day…

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How Is Machine Learning Changing Education?

By Megan R. Nichols Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer science fiction, and it may be more abundant than you realize. AI already powers things from Netflix recommendations to smart speakers to autopilot in airplanes, and it’s only going to…