FTOTW308 – best links of the week ending 8-September-2019

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Best Links

  1. Good one @adityab ~ brilliant perspective on failure. IMHO success should also be viewed with a similar attitude. There is no success that doesn’t also contain a failure of some kind within. https://t.co/vgYOFwW6axOriginal Tweet

  2. The Secret to Living a Life of Meaning – P.S. I Love You ~ brilliant /Via ⁦@telljeeveshttps://t.co/lo2KbOHMGfOriginal Tweet

  3. Caution: A human utopia with free food, no work etc might lead to a similar denouement ~ vv interesting. Thnx @PriyaRaju https://t.co/cfcLrpvI9FOriginal Tweet

  4. How Six Sigma’s history set the stage for its demise — Quartz at Work ~ vv insightful /Via ⁦@digghttps://t.co/HQiL8KuBkUOriginal Tweet

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FTOTW307 – best links of the week ending 1-September-2019

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Best Links

  1. Ancient Tamil saying – it is for people like Rachel, it rains in this world. What an effort ~ amazing & heartwarming /Via @smartsan https://t.co/H0tS5P1WycOriginal Tweet

  2. Why you should make useless things | Simone Giertz – YouTube ~ brilliant & vv funny as well /Via ⁦@ntarunkumarhttps://t.co/R8clXxhnICOriginal Tweet

  3. In a mouse’s brain, scientists have successfully created a memory of a smell and an electric shock that it had not experienced https://t.co/Fr9njqU2pN ~ Amazing /Via @kris_sgOriginal Tweet

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FTOTW306 – best links of the week ending 25-August-2019

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Best Links

  1. How your name defines how people think about you — Quartz ~ vv interesting /Via ⁦@ganeshvaideehttps://t.co/aTvLNkKAnHOriginal Tweet

  2. Parents, Stop Telling Your Kids to Study Hard for Their Own Good (And What to Do Instead) ~ vv insightful /Via ⁦@karticvhttps://t.co/f1jL32sMTGOriginal Tweet

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FTOTW305 – best links of the week ending 18-August-2019

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Best Links

  1. How an Algorithm helped the school buses in Boston cut a million miles in a year ~ brilliant /Via ⁦@meemuralihttps://t.co/6jS8WPg282Original Tweet

  2. Watch “A Letter From India | English” on https://t.co/KxAHwdhFQp ~ brilliant . captures with beautiful imagery, the syncretic essence of India using Mattanchery as an example. Jai Hind! /Via @pkraghuOriginal Tweet

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FTOTW304 – best links of the week ending 11-August-2019

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Best Links

  1. The secret sauce of nature’s magic as well as human advancements – cyclical repetition https://t.co/2M13UIV61e ~ brilliant (in our research also cyclical repetition is a way to instruct the subconscious ) /Via @doraitOriginal Tweet

  2. ‘I had nowhere to go, so I went to the bottle’ ~ amazing candor from Maninder Singh. Very poignant, insightful & heartwarming. /Via ⁦@telljeeveshttps://t.co/dKM66I5C5HOriginal Tweet

  3. Are You Doing Microworkouts? Here’s Why You Should. | Mark’s Daily Apple ~ vv insightful /Via @krishnakumarrangachari-email https://t.co/nRU5E4HqTMOriginal Tweet

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