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Thinking About Changing Careers? First, Figure Out Your Favorite Knowledge Areas

One of my favorite TED Talks is this one, by Shonda Rhimes. In it, she introduces what she calls “the hum.” It’s a point in your career when you’re loving what you’re doing, on the broadest level. 1,257 more words

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Looking at The Stats

“Outliers: The Story of Success” and “David and Goliath” are two of the masterpieces by the author Malcolm Gladwell. I shared my learnings from the books on my blog as well as on YouTube, you can find them… 164 more words

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Thoughts on Spice and Wolf Volume Eight

This volume of the light novels vindicates my hope that the series would improve after the preceding two volumes.  The eighth volumes covers the first part of “The Town of Strife” story arc.   647 more words

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Give a Man a Fish

Give a man a fish and you would feed him for the day, teach a man to fish and you have ruined a great business opportunity.

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Alan Turing: The Code Breaker

I am currently reading the book “How the Mind Works” by Steven Pinker. This book apart from having an amazing book title it also contains exceptional facts and logic behind working of the brain but the book becomes too technical at times and it is really painful to read sometimes. 158 more words

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On Reading Multiple Books at Once

While reading books I had one core discipline in mind which was, I would read only one book at a time, and I would pick up a new book only after completing the one which I started in the first place. 229 more words

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Started Reading "How Mind Works" by Steven Pinker

Ever get frustrated with your camera and wondered why it works like shit in dim lights?

You are not alone

Our mind has extraordinary capabilities of analyzing what it receives from the retina and manipulating the image according to the brain’s need.

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