marcchang / Marc Chang

I listen to and stare at things.

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  1. 為何習重申追打謠言是工作重點?| 細說中南海 (第一節) 19年04月07日

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  2. SSAC19: Who Says No? A 1-on-1 with Adam Silver and Bill Simmons

    Adam silver bill simmons mit Sloan 2019

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  3. 如美國取消香港關係法,香港會否衰亡?: 權貴仍怕資產留美 | 細說中南海 (第3節)19年03月10日

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  4. 中共派系鬥爭,習近平為何平步青雲?: 中美談判未重用「王八」的原因 | 細說中南海 (第2節)19年03月10日

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  5. 未開四中全會的啟示 : 為甚麼習特別怕顏色革命? | 細說中南海 (第1節)19年03月10日

    Hk peanut

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  6. 習帝與毛魔(二) 江胡習的權術角力 - 01/03/19 「還看歷史」長版本

    Singjai

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  7. 習帝與毛魔(1) 前卅年邪惡為所欲為 - 22/02/19 「還看歷史」長版本

    Singjai

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  8. Cal Newport on doing Deep Work and escaping social media

    I was asked recently to name a book that changed my life. The book I chose was Cal Newport’s “Deep Work,” and for the most literal of reasons: it’s changed how I lived my life. Particularly, it’s led me to stop scheduling morning meetings, and to preserve that time for more sustained, creative work.Which is all to say that I’m a bit obsessed with Newport’s work right now, and especially his account of how the digital environment we inhabit is training us out of concentration and into distraction in ways that are bad for us, bad for our work, and ultimately bad for the world. Most of the conversations on this podcast are how to think about things differently. This one is too, but it’s more importantly about how to do things differently, and why you should do them differently. We discuss:-How Newport defines depth when it comes to work-Why the information revolution boosted productivity up until the 2000s, but then stagnated-What he thinks is problematic about the constant accessibility of technologies like email, Slack, and other communication tools-His perspective about how we’re still in an early age of the internet, and what looking back at periods like the Industrial Revolution can teach us about using new technology to work smarter-How to take productive breaks, rather than flicking through email and Facebook and Twitter-How “flow work” and deep work overlap, and how they’re distinct from each other-Why he consumes and produces information more slowly and more traditionally—through newspapers and radio, and why that might benefit people who work in the knowledge economy-His vision of the workplace of the futureI hope you get as much out of Newport’s ideas as I have.Books:-Jaron Lanier, “You Are Not A Gadget” and “Who Will Own The Future"-Douglas Rushkoff’s “Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus”

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  9. Binge Mode Harry Potter - Grindelwald Flashcast

    Initial reactions.

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  10. 《武动乾坤》有声小说 第10集 金玉枝

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