Oregon is trying to make the jump to playoff contender in the Pac-12 North, while Washington is breaking in a high-profile transfer quarterback and a bunch of new players on defense. Meanwhile, in the South, what will be the fate of coach Clay Helton at USC? Jon Wilner of the Pac-12 Hotline joins AP’s Ralph Russo to preview the conference season. While all the drama surrounds USC, Utah has become the one sure bet in the Pac-12 South. The Utes might have a team good enough to win the Pac-12 for the first time. But will that be good enough to get a team in the college football playoff? The Pac-12 could really use a break to its playoff drought.
Should we delete our backlog? Also: it’s our 1-year launchiversary!
#60 - Annie Duke, decision strategist: Poker as a model system for life—how to improve decision making, use frameworks for learning, and apply ‘backcasting’ to boost your odds for future success - Peter Attia
“We don’t want [people] to be afraid of the bad outcomes…because we would like people to be innovative and push against the status quo because that’s how we move forward as a society, as a business, as an individual.” — Annie Duke
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The company has massive plans for this upcoming NFL season. Spencer also tells us which teams he thinks will surprise us all (good news Jets fans) and which will disappoint.
Remember the whole Superhuman kerfuffle of the last week or so? Mike Davidson wrote a blog post calling out some shady stuff in the Superhuman email product, all of silicon valley debated it,…
Joshua talks about earning income, managing money, financial willpower, budgeting mistakes, and what it means to live a “rich” life with author Ramit Sethi. Watch “Maximal” episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast exclusively at http://patreon.com/theminimalists
Questions answered in this episode:
What is the most effective investment strategy if I have limited funds to invest? (13:45)
How do I resist making impulsive purchases? (28:18)
How do I address my issues with credit cards? (32:52)
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You asked for it; you got it! Howard Beck, Zach Lowe, Rachel Nichols and an alcoholic beverage (or three) are in a Las Vegas tiki bar, and drunk with power (or other stuff). This is part 1 (if you’re listening to this first) of a two-part megapod with The Lowe Post, and anything goes as you’re about…
Guest Marco Arment joins Jason and Myke to discuss the possibility of new Apple laptop keyboards at last, his Overcast priorities over the next year, and the future of podcasting. Plus: Jony Ive cold takes, streaming-video wars, and cappuccino.
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