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Thinking | Teaching | Talking - November 2019


Thinking | Teaching | Talking

November 11 · Issue #2 · View online

A monthly curation for those of us who
• Think critically.
• Teach young minds how to think critically.
• Communicate critically assessed information to interested audiences.

This was a good month for articles but a difficult one for me in terms of limiting the list. I try to keep the number to around 15 pieces. This month, there was a surplus of good stuff and it took me quite a bit of effort to cull it down. Here’s the collection for November. Enjoy reading them.

How to spend your money, according to science
Medical News Today: How long is the ideal nap?
Change your story, change your life | Lori Gottlieb
How to Be More Creative: a MacArthur Genius Shows You How
The cosmic war between monotony and creativity | David Deutsch
Why the world is much smaller than you think
How we're helping local reporters turn important stories into national news | Gangadhar Patil
Why should you always assume you're wrong? Science.
Deep learning nails correlation. Causation is another matter.
The happiness ruse
On Sitting Still in Nature
How to Keep a Conversation Flowing
These are the hidden biases in mainstream productivity advice
Superior IQs are associated with mental and physical disorders
List of Lists of Lists
How to deal when things fall apart
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