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The A/B Test

In this week’s issue of The New York Times Magazine, there’s a profile of Mark Zuckerberg by Farhad Manjoo, who describes how the founder of Facebook is coming to terms with his role in the world in the aftermath of… 1,353 more words

Writing

Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow - Exploring Irrationality

Serving the needs of Norwalk, Connecticut, patients, Dr. Stu Steinman maintains fellowship status in sports medicine and emergency medicine with the American College of Emergency Physicians. 182 more words

Stu Steinman

What Is Justice?

Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman in his book Thinking, Fast and Slow describes one of the capabilities of our automatic brain functioning as being able to match intensities between two completely irrelevant things. 1,187 more words

Social Criticism

What I Saw in Darkness?

Yesterday evening I was back to home relatively early and was reading Michael Lewis’s ‘Undoing Project’ sitting at my porch. As the evening sun was growing more and more reddish it was time to say good-bye to the day, but looking at the fading sun going beneath the horizon, I decided to do a quite stroll on my house roof. 711 more words

Harvesting Intuition

Harvesting Intuition

Are your ripe fruits of intuition rotting on the vine, going ignored? Or are you making full use of all those sweet signals? Intuition does not need be mysterious, its there for all who want it. 1,723 more words

Flow

Deliver an Elevator Pitch, fast and slow

Thinking, Fast and Slow, a best-selling book published in 2011 by Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics laureate Daniel Kahneman, unveils a dichotomy between two systems of thoughts: 213 more words

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