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This is a recording of Doug Belshaw's Newsletter, "Thought Shrapnel" for Sunday, March 19, 2017
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NutmegMagazine (@NutmegMagazine) | Twitter
xkcd: Best-Tasting Colors
What does it mean to be ‘digitally employable’?
Adam Curtis on the dangers of self-expression – The Creative Independent
Ideological Gap Widens Between More, Less Educated Adults | Pew Research Center
The failure of pre-filtering |
Children prefer to read books on paper rather than screens
Walden has been adapted into a video game, and you can play it right now - The Verge
How to ‘define the cast’ – WeAreOpenCoop
Why Are the Highly Educated So Liberal? - The New York Times
Badges, Proof and Pathways - DML Central
'London Bridge is down': the secret plan for the days after the Queen’s death | UK news | The Guardian
Resist the Internet - The New York Times
Stoicism, mysticism and getting lost in the woods |
Is Facebook A Structural Threat To Free Society? - TruthHawk
Motivational quotes on social media are ruining your life
500 years ago, China destroyed its world-dominating navy because its political elite was afraid of free trade | The Independent
Repeat After Me: Cold Does Not Increase Odds of Catching Cold - The New York Times
xkcd: Chat Systems
🎆 Thought Shrapnel [#251]: Vernal Equinox
Weeknote 11/2017 | Open Educational Thinkering
Bitcoin, blockchains, and national security. – Sia Blog
Badges, Proof and Pathways [DML Central] | Open Educational Thinkering
If You Think You’re a Genius, You’re Crazy - Issue 46: Balance - Nautilus
Crypto-anarchism - Wikipedia
Why We Can’t Look Away From Our Screens - The New York Times
For Manufacturing and Retail Companies, Using Automated Robots is Cheaper Than Actual Slave Labor Would Be – 60 Second Statistics
Without conversation, philosophy is just dogma | Aeon Essays
My Daily Routine | Open Educational Thinkering
Things you learn from going to football matches with a 10-year-old | Football | The Guardian
Into the woods: how one man survived alone in the wilderness for 27 years | Michael Finkel | News | The Guardian
Password Rules Are Bullshit
Daily rituals : how great minds make time, find inspiration, and get to work (Book, 2014) []
Osborne, an ‘editor of substance’. What substance, crystal meth? | Marina Hyde | Opinion | The Guardian
Hackers, Trackers and Snoops: Our Privacy Survey Results
Escape to another world | 1843
xkcd: xkcd Phone 5
xkcd: Onboarding
I Automated My Friends and Nobody Could Tell the Difference
Computers 'do not improve' pupil results, says OECD - BBC News
Outcomes of a pay-what-you-want pricing model |