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  1. AAII

    Successful Active Investing Is Hard James

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    James O’Shaughnessy discusses the seven traits he thinks successful active investors must possess. Years of experience have taught him that to be a successful active investor requires a very specific set of characteristics, and that many investors attempting to actively manage their portfolios today lack the emotional and personality traits necessary for success.

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  2. Language Oriented Design and SICP with Hal Abelson - CoRecursive Podcast

    Adam talks to Hal Abelson about the textbook he coauthored in 1985, The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs and why it is still popular and influential today. “If you pick up almost any computing book it starts out ‘here are these datatypes, these operations that you do’ and somewhere around 20 or 30% through …

    https://corecursive.com/039-hal-abelson-sicp/

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  3. The Weeds Podcast - Vox

    The Weeds is Vox’s podcast for politics and policy discussions. Every Tuesday and Friday, Matthew Yglesias is joined by Ezra Klein, Dara Lind, Jane Coaston and other Vox voices to dig into the weeds on important national issues, including healthcare immigration, and housing.

    You can listen to it, and more Vox podcasts, here or join the Weeds Facebook community for conversation around each episode.

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    https://www.vox.com/the-weeds

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  4. The Messaging War on Single-Payer Healthcare | On the Media | WNYC Studios

    Polls show growing support for single-payer healthcare, or "Medicare for All." But over the past century, the idea of the policy has been tied to a messaging war over socialism.

    https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/otm/segments/messaging-war-single-payer-healthcare&mc_cid=70c0bf13fa&mc_eid=f796bf26d9

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  5. Rachel Maddow in Conversation

    It takes a mind like Rachel Maddow’s to dissect the convoluted chaos of today’s current events and emerge with a single cause: not ideology, she says, but oil. In Blowout, the Emmy award-winning MSNBC host traces how the greed of the oil industry has corrupted the world, causing disasters both environmental and political, including, Maddow says, the Russian interference in the 2016 election. Through painstaking reporting, Maddow’s book reveals the extent to which the interests of oil companies influence every aspect of our lives, from the personal to the political. In conversation, Maddow will address how we can and must curb the power of the oil industry, for, as she warns: “Democracy either wins this one, or disappears.”

    This program was recorded on October 12, 2019.

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  6. America’s Math Curriculum Doesn’t Add Up (Ep. 391) - Freakonomics Freakonomics

    Most high-school math classes are still preparing students for the Sputnik era. Steve Levitt wants to get rid of the “geometry sandwich” and instead have kids learn what they really need in the modern era: data fluency.

    http://freakonomics.com/podcast/math-curriculum/

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  7. Appel Salon | Susan Orlean | November 22, 2018

    I began the book in what felt like a very different era and the change in the culture made the book feel really urgent in a way I hadn’t anticipated: Not only was it about the respect and love for books, it was also about the belief that there can be shared space that is inclusive and that celebrates the idea of a community working together with open doors." —Susan Orlean

    Susan Orlean appeared at the Toronto Reference Library to discuss The Library Book with Sarah Fulford

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  8. Sheila Heen: Decoding Difficult Conversations

    Sheila Heen shows us how to make difficult conversations easier by breaking down the three layers that make up every conversation.

    https://fs.blog/sheila-heen/

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    Negotiation expert Chris Voss, former lead international kidnapping negotiator for the FBI and author of the excellent book, Never Split the Difference, offers some hands-on negotiation training.

    https://fs.blog/2018/01/chris-voss/

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    In this wide-ranging interview, AngelList CEO Naval Ravikant and Shane Parrish, talk about Reading, Happiness, Decision Making, Habits, and Mental Models.

    https://fs.blog/naval-ravikant/

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