Early Week Reading: Nov 30,2015


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Coffee and reading.

  • Why Smart People Struggle with Strategy (HBR)
  • Will Quantum Mechanics Swallow Relativity? (Nautilus)
  • Department of Defense Head Ashton Carter Enlists Silicon Valley to Transform the Military (wired)
  • The single biggest way shoppers are manipulated by retailers (BusinessInsider)
  • What’s Worked in Computer Science. 1999 vs 2015 (Danluu)
    • Interesting read if you are computer systems nerd or just want to know what we were thinking in 1999 and how it panned out fifteen years later.
  • Why Your Big Data Needs Good Algorithms (Datamation)
  • When was the modern science invented (newhumanist)
  • The Samoan Pipeline: How does a tiny island, 5,000 miles from the U.S. mainland, produce so many professional football players? (californiasunday)

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