Weekend Reads – 12/16/2017

Non-Tech Motel Living and Slowly Dying. (LA Review Of Books) Coal Declining Due to Economics, Not Regulation. Natural gas up. Coal down. (Ritholz) Chamath Palihapitiya, Founder and CEO Social Capital, on Money as an Instrument of Change. I really enjoyed this talk with Chamath. He’s got a viewpoint and action-oriented mindset that really resonates with … [Read more…]

Weekend Reads

Happy weekend! Here are some articles I’ve read over the week that I think you’ll also enjoy. Grab some coffee, your tablet, and get reading. Non-Tech China is catching to the USA, while Japan is being left behind. China has its eye on the prize, while the US is retreating into a intellectual cave. (Daniel … [Read more…]

Weekend Reads

Here are some awesome articles and pages I read over the week. I hope you like them too. Non-Tech Study – Military planners believe that EU collapse is conceivable. The world is crazy right now. Reading this gives me pause that the future could be great…or it could be much different…(Spiegel) The Curse of Econ … [Read more…]

Weekend Reads

Here is a collection of stories I’ve read throughout the week, and think you may enjoy. So grab a cup of coffee or 5 and enjoy! Non-Tech Why Some Cities Are Buying Trailer Parks. With housing affordability becoming a major problem in hot real estate markets, some cities are stepping in. (Pew) How to Be … [Read more…]

Weekend Reads

Saturday. Hopefully you’ve had a productive week. Enjoy these articles and podcasts I’ve curated for you. Have a fun weekend full of Halloween candy, drinks, and Stranger Things binge watching! Non-Tech Rory Sutherland – all week long. A 5 part series on one of the most smartest and most fascinating people I’ve read or listened … [Read more…]

Weekend reads

Happy Saturday. Hope you had a productive week, and have a kick ass weekend. Here are some things I read over the week that you may enjoy. Non-Tech/Business Tech These Americans Were Tricked Into Working For Russia. They Say They Had No Idea. (Buzzfeed) The Crash of ’87, From the Wall Street Players Who Lived … [Read more…]

Reading List Schedule

Every Saturday morning, I will publish a reading list of articles, podcasts, and other content that I’ve found interesting and amazing throughout the week. This means the quasi-daily schedule of links will become once a week. My schedule is quite hectic during the week, so I’d rather accumulate and curate great content, and share once … [Read more…]

Monday Reads

TGIM! Hope you have a productive week. Severe flaw in WPA2 protocol leaves Wi-Fi traffic open to eavesdropping. Not good…not good at all. (ArsTechnica) Q&A: Douglas Hofstadter on why AI is far from intelligent. From one of the OG’s of AI. (Quartz) 6 SQL Data Warehouse Solutions For Big Data Analysts (With Their Pros And Cons). … [Read more…]

Sunday Reads

Happy Sunday! What I Learned From Reading Every Amazon Shareholders Letter. Because Amazon eats all. (Medium) Advancing the analytics maturity curve at your organization. Such a good overview of what it takes to truly implement analytics. (Slideshare) How to Make Your Point. Tips for aspiring Op-Ed writers. (NYTimes)

Saturday Reads

Pour yourself a cup of coffee or 3. Why Agile isn’t working. Ever wonder why Agile “fails”, despite good intentions? Read on. (Hackernoon) Google’s learning software learns to write learning software. Meta title. Enough said. (Wired) As ‘Unicorns’ Emerge, Utah Makes a Case for Tech Entrepreneurs. Utah has been one of the best kept secrets in … [Read more…]