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Sunil Singh
In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s mind there are few.
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Sunil Singh Aug 9
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Scott Adams Aug 7
Non-fiction books should be rated by their usefulness to your life. A year from now, did it make a difference? That’s when you write the book review.
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Ilya Sutskever Jun 27
Epilepsy causes seizures: the brain gets so overexcited that it malfunctions. One way to “cure” extreme epilepsy is to sever the connection between the hemispheres, making the brain less overconnected. Social media is the overconnection that causes epilepsy in society.
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Tiago Forte Jun 17
Information is almost useless You can’t eat it, or take shelter in it. It doesn’t change anyone’s mind, or bring real happiness The only purpose for information is fun
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Ryan Hoover Jun 14
Replying to @rrhoover
More on fame: “...in order to win the admiration of other people, we will have to adopt their values. More precisely, we will have to live a life that is successful according to their notion of success.”
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Visualize Value Jun 8
"If I'm an advocate for anything, it's to move. As far as you can, as much as you can. Across the ocean, or simply across the river. Walk in someone else's shoes or at least eat their food. It's a plus for everybody." — Anthony Bourdain
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฿TC Time Traveler Jun 4
Replying to @StandardFine @naval
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Devi Sridhar Jun 3
A friend who has treated COVID patients sent me this text about long-term health problems for those who recover. This is not the flu. Huge miscalculation to think it could run through population (esp if models only focused on # of deaths & ensuring NHS has enough beds.)
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DHH May 22
Re: Rogan, the difference between $20m/yr and $100m/yr is negligible in terms of lifestyle. The difference between literally RUNNING YOUR OWN SHOW vs being content bait on someone else's hook is immense.
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Sunil Singh May 5
Favouritism and fake certifications mar India’s ventilator procurement
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Sunil Singh Apr 22
How the rich reacted to the bubonic plague has eerie similarities to today’s
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Teddy Citrin Apr 11
Uber Eats just surpassed Uber, for the first time
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Bryony Burrell Apr 10
At 94 years old, I never imagined that i'd ever be new to anything again, but i'm new to Twitter! This is my first Tweetle. This will show my grandson that I can get down with the young ones. The only problem I have, is getting back up again!
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Abeer_Al~Khatib 🦟 Apr 9
2020 should be the year of the Nurse.
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Sunil Singh Apr 10
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Sunil Singh Apr 2
The Spanish Influenza Pandemic: a lesson from history 100 years after 1918
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Richard Feynman Mar 28
Never confuse education with intelligence, you can have a PhD and still be an idiot. 🧠
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The Spectator Index Mar 29
NETHERLANDS: Country's government recalls 600,000 masks from hospitals for being defective after being bought from China
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Don Schaffner 🦠 Mar 26
Unless you are living under a rock or have already perished from COVID-19, you've likely seen a YouTube video making the rounds where a medical doctor (wearing scrubs!) purports to give COVID-19 advice. (1/33)
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One could easily say that water is lazy because it always takes the path of least resistance. But you could also argue that water is intelligent for the same reason.
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