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Ro.bert
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here’s your weekly dose of treats 💌
a weekly list of goodies, ideas, pieces of research, principles, models, and other random stuff curated by Robert.
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fiery stuff I've been ingesting
  1. Mark Zuckerberg is scary.
  2. Psychiatric Interview: BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder)
  3. Why is Silicon Valley Autistic?
  4. What does autism even look like? Angry ignorance & fake autism.
  5. Why Finland’s schools outperform most others across the developed world
  6. Linus defends Apple’s $1000 monitor stands. How pricing works.
  7. How much did the apple.com domain name cost?
  8. The companies that help people vanish in Japan.
  9. Can a robot do a designer job? Automation isn’t as much of a threat as we have been told.  
  10. Our self-imposed scarcity of nice places
  11. How you can finish your first game while working full-time.
  12. You can see any photo on your wall with this app.
  13. Slow Down, Finish Faster.  
  14. Also check Speed matters.
  15. Metaverse. No one likes us and so we’re rebranding. Kind reminder lol.
If only it were all so simple! If only there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing evil deeds, and it were necessary only to separate them from the rest of us and destroy them. But the line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being. And who is willing to destroy a piece of his own heart?
Tweets for thought 🐦
Paul Graham
It's strange that student debt is higher than ever at the same time that educating oneself is easier than ever.
Heidi Van Der Horst
@JonErlichman What if all billionaires around the world donate 1 billion to end world hunger? That is 13 trillion dollars. They would still be billionaires.
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Fer M2
@heidi_vdh @JonErlichman Spending $50 a day per person that lives in extreme poverty (700 mill), you will feed them for only over a year. Not counting health spending.
Giving away money will never solve the problem, only job creating, fair trade, education and freedom can create a real lasting effect.
Alexey Guzey
we should be spending 1h/day specifically training to resist hyperpalatable food; learning how to mourn and heal after the death of a loved one instead of getting depression; how to negotiate and do politics
latest YouTube video
The consumer and the maker
The consumer and the maker
You need someone to build the things you require, the things you are going to consume. This is more than an observation. Someone needs to write the books. With so many people consuming, there are fewer and fewer people creating.
Visual Theory
Here’s the evolution of one of my side projects — Visual Theory. I am re-learning how to see. Check the project on Instagram.
➜ You can follow the project on 🐦 Twitter & 📷 Instagram
➜ you can also contribute an idea!
Thank you for reading!
How’re you and yours doing this week? Any major changes to your status quo, or are things fairly locked-in and predictable at the moment? I respond to every email I get—consider sending me a message and telling me a bit about yourself and what’s been up in your world.
— Robert
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