—STEM Role Models Posters from the Nevertheless podcast.
"What do you say to someone you’ve been on one or two casual dates with but no longer want to see? As anyone who has been in that situation knows, it’s hard to find the words. It’s too early to really call it a “breakup”; yet no matter how kindly you frame it, it’s likely … Continue reading Dump Bad Date Bot — Quartzy
Ingredients 1 1/2 cups of all-purpose flour1 tsp baking soda1 tsp salt1 cup of unsalted butter1 cup of granulated sugar1 cup of light or dark brown sugar, firmly packed1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract2 large eggs, lightly beaten3/4 cup shredded coconut1/2 cup toasted pecan bits1 cup semisweet chocolate chips3/4 cup white chocolate chips1/2 cup golden raisins2 … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Oatmeal Cookies
Discussion about books that have changed people's perspective, starting with original poster's experience with Freakonomics. Quite a few interesting book recommendations in this thread. A few recommendations I liked include: Peter Watson's Ideas, Jonathan Haidt's Righteous Mind, Donald Norman's The Design of Everyday Things, Marshall Rosenberg's Nonviolent Communication, Ramachandra Guha's India After Gandhi, and Bruce … Continue reading What Books Changed the Way You Think About Almost Everything? | Hacker News
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"How would you react if your company made a slight change to your bonuses this year. Instead of receiving your usual 1% or 10% bonus, depending on your industry, what if your boss said you had to donate that money to a charity or that you had to spend that money on your fellow coworkers? … Continue reading If You Want to Be Happy, Spend Your Bonus On Your Coworkers | Jeremiah Stanghini
Identify what you don’t understand (maybe the most important one) Have confidence in your knowledge Ask questions Do research ...Taking a bit of extra time to take a piece of knowledge that you’re pretty sure of (“there are 65535 ports, Wikipedia said so”) and make it totally ironclad (“that’s because the port field in the … Continue reading How to Teach Yourself Hard Things