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I picked it up in one of those “streaks” of infatuations I get with a certain author. This is a story of how computer technology and internet gave rise to high-frequency trading and how that in return was exploited by those with fastest internet connection. Physical description xvi, p. I am pretty sure no one cares what I am reading these days, but then again I started blogging some 8 years ago knowing that no one would care so I am used to it. If you don’t know how biased your decisions are in everyday life, and are willing to find out I was quite pleasantly surprised, and really pleased having finished the book.
Yes, I did get infatuated with anything written by Michael Lewis. David and Goliath is your classic Malcolm Gladwell reading.
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It’s a book about anything from Jewish Communists, Jews serving in German Army, how Polish government trained and armed Jewish terrorists as well as the story of Warsaw Ghetto uprising and many more. I remember when I moved to US, I would read his books that I already read back in Poland, but this time in English so that I can pick up some vocabulary, while already having understood the plot.
Take for example the idea atomkwy 10, hours needed to become a master of some field or craft. It’s truly fascinating to find out in how many different ways we are biased and how little control we have over our own decisions.
The Tipping Point was a story of how ideas spread. It’s remarkably well written, quite captivating story, and totally worth reading.
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He’s clearly arguing that quite often it’s the so called the underdog, that goes on to achieve great things, while those in position of power falter mightily. Malcolm is trying to make a point, that as much as people have turned the story of David and Goliath into a story about overcoming obstacles and succeeding in spite of the disadvantaged position that we are in, it actually was not – or should not.
This is a short book, and tells the story of a few people, young and old, and how Internet has changed their lives, or in some cases how they changed the lives of millions through internet.
Responsibility Hugh Wilford ; foreword by Szpiegg Caute. From my previous reading of Lewis’ work, I kind of expected his own twist on the studies of human behaviors and their biases, but instead we got an ode to Tversky and Kahneman. I am not sure, I will read the rest of the trilogy, but it’s not bad.
British intellectuals and the congress for cultural freedom– the CIA, the European movement and Bilderberg– the uses of “Encounter”. Atomowy Szpieg is a book about a different atonowy from that era, Col. Once I was done with the “Next” by Michael Lewis, I kind of wanted to read another one of his takes on Internet technology. It’s also a much smoother reading than the one below from Tversky and Kahneman themselves.
I was introducing Mostapha to Polish foodchatting about Open Source, things that motivate us Overall, it’s a great book, and I would really recommend it. It was a nice read, albeit a short one. SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries.
People tend to forget that Communism is easily the most deadly form of oppression that has ever existed, just because at its height szpiev existed alongside Hitler’s Nazi movement. Now this is something that I just finished reading recently. This one Saturday afternoon we were sitting in a Polish restaurant yes!
Nielsen Book Data It’s a perfect book if one needs to understand how we came to live in the world so dominated by the technology companies from one particular region of California. It’s at the same time fascinating and atomowh, but also terrifying. This was a typical John Grisham book. It’s kind of funny to finally read the actual, original research, that everyone else that I have been reading about up to this point actually draws from: Don’t ask me why.
I am very much a fan of Piotr Zychowicz. Home About me Examples Dynamo 0.
I found, that it ties back nicely with some of the biggest struggles that scientists in Mitchell Waldrop’s – Complexity book have been struggling with when trying to model the behavior of a complex neuron network.