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  1. Episode 71: Ed Miller on Poker’s 1%

    Matt Glassman says:

    March 12, 2014 at 11:34 am

    Yes, that seems quite right. I’m totally on board with the idea that studying GTO strategy can give you a deeper understand of the game and has many applications even if you don’t intend to try to achieve a GTO strategy.

    But there’s a tension in Ed’s book that I don’t think is saved by that fact. The GTO strategy, by definition, is a unilateral strategy that requires no observation of opponents. Any deviation from it, based on an opponent observation, inherently becomes a reads-based strategy. So when Ed says things (quite correctly) like “don’t bother 3-barrelling a nit 70% after he calls the turn,” that is explicitly turning away from the GTO strategy and toward a reads-strategy. Now, I think that’s the right thing to do. But it (somewhat) undercuts the fundamental point of the book, which is that you can throw the reads and everything else out the window and just get your frequencies perfect and play like a human PokerSnowie. If all this sums to something like “you should deviate from GTO when an exploitative strategy is obviously better, but before you do that you need to understand the GTO strategy,” I’m totally cool with that. We’ve never had a book lay out the GTO strategy and how to arrive it at so clearly and concisely. But we shouldn’t pretend that the GTO strategy is the EV maximizing one right now.

    Don’t get me wrong, I think Poker’s 1% is a fantastic book, and I think it may do for GTO strategy searching what Harrington on Hold’em did for tournaments. But I’m not convinced that chasing a GTO strategy dominates — or even beats — a read-based strategy across the vast majority of poker games currently running in the world.




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  2. BBK (4/3): Giants’ needs in 2014 Draft

    John Schmeelk takes fan calls on the Giants Draft Strategy


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  3. Erin Kissane podcast interview: editorial strategy, web magazines and trolls | lucid plot

    In Episode 4 of the Together London Podcast, I talk to Erin Kissane about what she learned editing A List Apart magazine, her book The Elements of Content Strategy, why she started Contents Magazine, and what we can do about the problem of harassment online. Follow Erin on twitter @kissane.


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  4. Episode 3: Numerical With Andrew J Clark — App Story

    Andrew J Clark joins me to discuss his utility app, Numerical. We talk marketing strategy and his new update bringing in the % key and "Magic Brackets". Numerical on the Very Tiny Machines WebsiteBe sure to checkout Andrew’s Jazzy New Promo VideoAndrew on TwitterNumerical on TwitterVic on TwitterApp Story on TwitterSupport Andrew & the show by using this link to get Numerical on the App StoreSpecial Thanks to Lorenzo Guddemi for taking care of post production on this episode. Follow him on Twitter and let him know what you think.If you’re an indie developer and you’d like to tell your app’s story on the show, click here.Some learning iOS development resources mentioned by Andrew & myself.Ray Wenderlich’s Tutorial Site - Excellent collection of free tutorials from beginner to intermediate/advanced levels. They also offer some great expanded PDF books for sale.Code School - Access to a wide variety of coding lessons for a reasonable monthly fee.Treehouse -  Access to a wide variety of coding lessons for a reasonable monthly fee.And of course once you get started, and your stumped be sure to head over to Stack Overflow. If you can’t find what your looking for, create a good well formed question with some sample code, and there’s a great community just waiting to help you learn.


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  5. 115: Achieving Empathy for Institutions

    Anil Dash and Jeffrey Zeldman discuss how government, media, and tech shape the world, and how we can influence them in turn. Our first meeting at SXSW in 2002. How selling CMS systems teaches you the dysfunction at media companies and organizations. Working for the music industry at the dawn of Napster. RFP-EZ. The early days of blogging. Designing websites for the government—the procurement problem. If we’re pouring all this time into social media, what do we want to get out of it? How big institutions work and how to have an impact on them. Living in “Joe’s Apartment.” Why, until recently, federal agencies that wanted a blog couldn’t use WordPress or Tumblr and how the State Dept got on Tumblr. Achieving empathy for institutions. Being more thoughtful about what I share and who I amplify on social media. The launch of Thinkup, and a special offer exclusively for Big Web Show listeners.



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  6. Using Taxonomy

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  7. 5by5 | The Web Ahead #61: Making Your Stuff Make Sense with Jeff Eaton

    Architecting how content is structured, collected, and presented are three distinct aspects of designing a web project. Jeff Eaton joins Jen Simmons to talk about how to think through it all.


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  8. The Power of the Introvert in Your Office - HBR IdeaCast - Harvard Business Review

    Business bloggers at Harvard Business Review discuss a variety of business topics including managing people, innovation, leadership, and more.


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  9. John Cleese - Harvard Business Review

    Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today’s topics and challenges in business management.


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  10. Startup Chat #56 - Content Marketing with Aaron Agius from Louder Online - - Startup Chat | Startup Chat

    This week we jump on the call with the author of Neil Patel’s latest epic marketing guide. Aaron Agius discusses content marketing strategy and provides some actionable tips for people getting started.

    Want more conversions from your content?

    Get our top 6 hacks in the free email course below. 


    —Huffduffed by martijnengler 2 months ago

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