Monthly Archives: September 2019

A week in review, 2019-W38

Wrote

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Read

  1. Salman Rushdie, What Kurt Vonnegut's "Slaughterhouse-Five" Tells Us Now, The New Yorker (2019-06-13).
  2. Nellie Bowles, Human Contact Is Now a Luxury Good, The New York Times (2019-03-23).
  3. Aishwarya Kumar, The grandmaster diet: How to lose weight while barely moving, ESPN (2019-09-13).
  4. John Semley, Where to dive into Frank Zappa’s weird, unwieldy discography, The A.V. Club (2012-08-09).
  5. It's the Flame That Matters, Not the Carrier, gapingvoid (2019-09-16).

Listened

  1. Free Will, In Our Time (2019-09-12).
  2. Napoleon's Retreat from Moscow, In Our Time (2019-09-19).
  3. Special CHP Episode: China Tripping - Experiencing the Everyday in the People's Republic, The China History Podcast (2019-09-06).

Watched

The Secret Life of Pets (2016)

Photo

welcome back (waiting)

Upcoming


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A week in review, 2019-W37

Wrote

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Read

  1. David Browne, How Bob Dylan Made a Pre-Rock Masterpiece With ‘Love and Theft’, Rolling Stone (2016-09-11).
  2. Liam Shaw, A sharp crack and a heavy explosion, LRB Blog (2019-09-13).
  3. James Somers, Speed matters: Why working quickly is more important than it seems, the jsomers.net blog (2015-07-26).
  4. Glen Alleman, Project Management + Systems Engineering = Increased Probability of Project Success, Herding Cats (2019-09-13).

Listened

  1. PMP#8: Spider-Man: Far From Home (and Elsewhere), Pretty Much Pop (2019-08-27).
  2. Trade war economics, with Andy Rothman, SupChina (2019-09-05).
  3. 699: What Great Coaching Looks Like, HBR IdeaCast (2019-09-10).

Watched

Ne Zha (哪吒之魔童降世Nézhā zhī Mótóng Jiàngshì;) (2019)


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A week in review, 2019-W36

Wrote

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Read

  1. Ahmed Kabil, What a Prehistoric Monument Reveals about the Value of Maintenance, Blog of the Long Now (2019-09-05).
  2. Tyler Cowen, The New Generational Divide: Screen Size, Bloomberg (2019-09-07).
  3. Dave Winer, The heroes machine, Scripting News (2019-09-08).
  4. Aditya Bhalla, Don't Misuse the Pareto Principle, Six Sigma Forum Magazine (2008-05-01).

Listened

  1. The Life Is Good Company: Bert and John Jacobs, How I Built This (2019-09-02).
  2. Picasso's Guernica, In Our Time (2019-09-05).
  3. Hunting bugs and tech startups with Python, Talk Python to Me (2019-09-04).

Photo


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A week in review, 2019-W35

Wrote

None

Read

  1. Stanisław Aronson, I survived the Warsaw ghetto. Here are the lessons I'd like to pass on., The Guardian (2018-09-05).
  2. Mary Delach Leonard, 20 Years Ago, Route 66 State Park Rose from the Ashes of Times Beach, St. Louis Public Radio (2019-08-26).
  3. Lily Hay Newman, How Facebook Catches Bugs in Its 100 Million Lines of Code, Wired (2019-08-15).
  4. Danielle Applestone, Struggling to hire at your rural plant? Read this., LinkedIn (2019-08-29).

Listened

  1. Augustine's Confessions, In Our Time (2019-08-29).
  2. 697: How African-Americans Advance at Work — And What Organizations Can Do To Help, HBR IdeaCast (2019-08-27).
  3. The Memory Palace, Radiolab (2019-08-28).

Watched

American Factory (2019)

Photo

minor construction (subtitle: unsquare constraints lead to scrap wood)

Upcoming


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