FTOTW62 – best links of the week ending 4-December-2012


Here are the best links shared on my tweet stream this week.

Best Links

  1. Facebook v Twitter https://t.co/NDJAOwPf ~ brilliant take /Via @waxpancakeOriginal Tweet

  2. Sell a 1$ globe for $59 through storytelling
    http://t.co/uuxoD1pR ~ brilliant /Via @rs_prasannaOriginal Tweet

  3. Multiplier Managers Vs. Diminisher Managers http://t.co/AMYZIiG3 ~ brilliant (@ET Corporate Dossier) – Original Tweet

  4. RT @krishg Just unbelievable – http://t.co/B5QVZhqs ~ brilliant. Must Read. – Original Tweet

  5. RT @dorait Start something small http://t.co/BzH3Eq2r ~ brilliant – Original Tweet

  6. RT @valaafshar Business advice plagued by survivor bias: http://t.co/Ak9bKOll #ceo #cmo ~ brilliant – Original Tweet

  7. /Via @HarikrishnanS33 bladeless ceiling fan http://t.co/6CuxRma0 ~ vv cool – Original Tweet

  8. RT @danielpeterson Can Exercise Protect the Brain From Fatty Foods? http://t.co/supRIOW7 ~ vv interesting – Original Tweet

  9. Pacemakers powered by energy from heartbeats http://t.co/ws13pNxd ~ vv cool /Via @smartbriefOriginal Tweet

  10. RT @constantinum FastCompany: An Ingenious Redesign Of The Common Umbrella http://t.co/o6MFvzmv ~ vv cool – Original Tweet

  11. RT @abmarkman When potential beats actual performance #smartthinking http://t.co/cLcBHge4 ~ vv interesting (URL fixed) – Original Tweet

  12. RT @dawktarr Physicians excited about lab coat pocket-ability of Apple’s iPad mini http://t.co/C40wzebQ via @zite #medsm ~ vv interesting – Original Tweet

  13. /Via @_kavi psychology of truthiness …http://t.co/J3L6lIdP ~ vv insightful (how easy it is to manipulate people!) – Original Tweet


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  1. Quote
    Ruchi (subscribed) said December 9, 2012, 1:55 pm:

    Thank you Sukumar and others for sharing some of the best articles across the web. I find them very interesting. That said, I miss the conversations (blog&comments) that used to happen on this site. Don’t we all learn more through context embedded in conversations that follow more than just going through the content ? Hence, I usually try to skim through the comments section also for an article 🙂

    Here is an article that I would like to submit –

    ” Debunking the myth of Intuition ”


    Best Regards,

  2. Quote
    Sukumar (subscribed) said December 9, 2012, 7:47 pm:

    Thanks Ruchi for the comment. I have an internal blog where I consistently get orders of magnitude more conversations for the same amount of effort. So it has become hard to justify the effort in my mind to write more here. I try to keep this blog alive by posting links and the occasional post.

    That interview with Kahneman is just brilliant. Thanks for sharing.

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