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tylercowen 6m
My Princeton presentation on the longer-term social and economic impacts of Covid-19:
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Tobi Lutke 🌳🌲🛒🕹 50m
Apple and Google are working together at shipping privacy preserving "who did I spent time close to" tech into iOS and Android. This is a huge win for traceability of infections.
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Nat Friedman 2h
Huge thanks to Apple and Google for building privacy-preserving contact tracing into iOS and Android. Tech is emerging as a pillar of civilization and a critical reservoir of competence.
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Greg Docter 2h
this was fantastic 👏👏👏 well worth a (re)watch:
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Markus Brunnermeier 7h
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Markus Brunnermeier 7h
Join us for today's Webinar on COVID-Economics at 12:30 (please register ) Cowen will talk about "Social and Political Implications" Today we will also have POLLS for live participants.
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tylercowen 7h
that would be for traditional Emergent Ventures, not Fast Grants...
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Derek Thompson 17h
This synchronicity of the decline in restaurant bookings around the world—or, at least, among OECD nations with OpenTable—is remarkable. Different distancing policies. Different outbreak rates. Different cultures. Different laws. And they all fell to zero in 15 days.
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Alex Tabarrok 17h
Pandemic Policy in Developing Countries: Recommendations for India by ⁦⁩ and myself
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Robert Costa 19h
Trump administration pushing to reopen much of the U.S. next month...
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Dan Wang 20h
I wrote a longer piece for on life in Beijing over the last two months. The country declared a "people's war," which demanded mobilization of the whole society to contain the outbreak.
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ᴅᴀᴠɪᴅ ᴘᴇʀᴇʟʟ ✌ 21h
~ Some personal news ~ I'm thrilled to announce my newest project. I'm building an online Summer Camp for kids. Learning is the goal, but it's the opposite of traditional education. It's a space for kids to talk, dream, laugh, and play — productively.
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Ted Gioia 21h
Encouraging to know you can join the John Coltrane quartet in 1961, and get a career development grant in 2020.
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tylercowen 21h
Register now, tomorrow at 12:30, my talk on social and political implications:
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Alec 🌐 Apr 9
1/ and I wrote 4,000 words for detailing how we can use government purchase guarantees and targeted deregulation to massively increase production of essential medical supplies. Short thread with the highlights...
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Matt Notowidigdo Apr 9
Back in 2010, four economists ran a fascinating randomized experiment that assigned workers in China to work from home They found WFH raised productivity, increased work satisfaction, and reduced worker attrition [though promotion rate fell]
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Sam Altman Apr 9
Help With COVID now has 10,000+ volunteers, 500+ projects, and a new design--you can find something great to work on.
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tylercowen Apr 9
Replying to @robinhanson
Well, I put that one on a par with your claim that I had no good arguments!
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kottke.org Apr 9
This week, Bob Dylan scored his first ever #1 single on a Billboard chart at the age of 78.
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