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Synthesis #6: 💯 interesting stuff on leading, learning, and living better

Synthesis
Synthesis #6: 💯 interesting stuff on leading, learning, and living better
By Andrew Savikas • Issue #6 • View online

Why Do Cartoon Villains Speak in Foreign Accents?
The Future of Management Is Teal
Massive Study of Online Teaching Ends With Surprising — and ‘Deflating’ — Result
Why People Become Internet Trolls
How We Teens Used Tiktok to Prank the Trump Rally
The Procrastination Doom Loop—and How to Break It
The Government Can Afford Anything It Wants
About that "honeycomb heart" thread you probably saw on Twitter
This week's highlight from my bookshelf
Speaking of the government’s ability to create as much money as it wants to (with some caveats – see the item above), our current predicament is just the sort of situation when the government is uniquely able to direct the massive resources needed to drive deep structural changes (on fronts like climate resilience, pandemic preparedness, and reconfiguring cities). This passage from Bill Janeway’s Doing Capitalism in the Innovation Economy is prescient:
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