A keystone ability to being successful is being decisive with your decision making. In the words of western philosopher Allan Watts, there’s an infinite multiplicity of data you can take into consideration before you make a decision. 502 more words
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There is a lot of prejudice around the display (and presence) of emotions, boring behavior, and similar against e.g. the introverted. Below I discuss some issues relating to these topics from my own point of view and with a partial eye at the… 2,048 more words
More from the deputy who knew Brents in jail: "the malice and instability that resided within him was so think it was nearly tangible"
It’s interesting to me that any time I think of Brents, the first thing that comes to mind is how he carried himself. He always hunched over, shoulders always curled in. 352 more words
FAQ: Do you think that an increase in algorithms is leading to a decline in human judgement? (Online Journalism Blog)
Online Journalism Blog: FAQ: Do you think that an increase in algorithms is leading to a decline in human judgement?. “The latest in my series of FAQ posts follows on from the last one, in response to a question from an MA student at City University who posed the question ‘Do you think that an increase in algorithmic input is leading to a decline in human judgement?’. Here’s my response.”