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Newsletter - February Issue

Newsletter - February Issue
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Inuit Cartography – The Decolonial Atlas
500,000 coronavirus deaths visualized: A number almost too large to grasp - Washington Post
Choses vues à droite et à gauche (sans lunettes): Fantaisie musculaire - song by Erik Satie, Alexandre Tharaud, Isabelle Faust | Spotify
Gary Shiffman on the Economics of Violence — EconTalk — Overcast
How Reddit and WallStreetBets blew up GameStop’s stock - Vox
From the 60 Minutes archive: Hitler's secret archive
Money is good, at more margins than you might have thought - Marginal REVOLUTION
Welcome to 2021 With Barry Ritholtz — Trillions — Overcast
Lamorna Ash on Dark, Salt, Clear — EconTalk — Overcast
Caleb Watney on *Cracks in the Great Stagnation* and How to Boost Economic Growth — Macro Musings with David Beckworth — Overcast
Matthew Crawford on Why We Drive — EconTalk — Overcast
Raymond Johansen vil kikkes i kortene. Da kan ikke byrådet holde kortene så tett til brystet.
#119: Lessons And Insights From A Maverick Who Made It - Mark Cuban — The Jolly Swagman Podcast — Overcast
Episode 428: Katie Engelhart — Longform — Overcast
How to lose money 💸 | Revue
The Journalistic Tattletale and Censorship Industry Suffers Several Well-Deserved Blows - Glenn Greenwald
My new climate book is finally here | Bill Gates
Episode 34: Bob Weir and Paul Stamets — Comes A Time — Overcast
Editor’s Picks: February 22nd 2021 — Editor's Picks from The Economist — Overcast
Dan Rose on Twitter: "People often ask me to compare working for Bezos vs Zuck. I worked with Mark much more closely for much longer, but I did work directly with Jeff in my last 2 years at Amazon incubating the Kindle. Here are some thoughts on similarities that make them both generational leaders:"
Dan Rose
People often ask me to compare working for Bezos vs Zuck. I worked with Mark much more closely for much longer, but I did work directly with Jeff in my last 2 years at Amazon incubating the Kindle. Here are some thoughts on similarities that make them both generational leaders:
Patricia Fara on Newton, Scientific Progress, and the Benefits of Unhistoric Acts — Conversations with Tyler — Overcast
Jerry Saltz on Instagram: “Good morning from Goya; “Saturn Devouring His Son”. From @joaquincarter1”
Bond Voyage — Planet Money — Overcast
Men obstructed from entering female-dominated occupations - Linköping University
The energy optimism of Austin Vernon - Marginal REVOLUTION
'New Car Smell' Is The Scent of Carcinogens, And Even Short Trips May Overexpose Us
Researchers looking for mRNA were ridiculed by colleagues. Luckily, that didn’t stop them. - Macleans.ca
We’re All In The Caribbean with Tyler Cowen — China in the Caribbean — Overcast
Let It Be. But How? - What Is Called Thinking?
The Lark Ascending - song by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Tasmin Little, BBC Philharmonic, Andrew Davis | Spotify
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