Notes on Reitman, Jason, Thank You for Smoking

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Notes on ,

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About Relax, be kind to yourself. […] You can’t finish it, ever. But that doesn’t mean it is a problem you need to solve. It means it’s a selection to taste from. (tene80i n.d.) I collect these unread articles, books, essays, blog posts, discussions, threads, etc, from my various RSS feeds in Inoreader. Criteria I collect things that are time-independent and relevant/interesting (either now or in the future). Examples: ✅ High-quality material which I’ll have a hard time rediscovering through search ✅ Subjects I’m interested in and know I’ll read through eventually (e....

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Notes on Oster, Emily, Expecting Better: Why the Conventional Wisdom Is Wrong– and What You Really Need to Know

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Notes on humans.txt, Thank You for Smoking

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Venkatesh Rao

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Sam Bleckley

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Sam Bleckley | The Church of Interruption

Sam Bleckley, (Bleckley n.d.) Summary Two dominant styles of conversation are: Interrupt (Church of interruption): Interrupt when you want to talk and allow others to do the same Wait (Church of strong civility): Wait your turn to talk, and intentionally provide others the chance to speak The specifics of each style of communication are only relevant in the context of the other. You interrupt You wait I interrupt Mutually understood I talk over you I wait You talk over me Mutually understood Thoughts Interrupt people, sometimes...

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