@lifebalance's Link Blog Jul - 14 25 th An Operating System for the Mind “if you simply follow the rules, do what you're told, do your job and stay out of trouble, you will be let to ruin.” http://t.co/JzZySLF4mO 24 th Nudge economics: has push come to shove for a fashionable theory? | Science | The Guardian ""At a restaurant, don't study the menu...say to the waiter, 'if you were eating here tonight what would you have?'"" http://t.co/oDDKHsLCYm 23 rd The Disciplined Pursuit of Less “Curiously, and overstating the point in order to make it, _success is a catalyst for failure_.” http://t.co/h0CtbLDtm4 #paradox 21 st Entrepreneurs urged to harness opportunities - TAMIL NADU - The Hindu “What stands between you and your dreams is the need for your #conviction,” he said." http://t.co/FS9TMxDkfq 20 th Thomson Reuters Eikon Text Tagging Challenge | InnoCentive Challenge Thomson Reuters Eikon Text Tagging Challenge | InnoCentive Challenge http://t.co/28gvJ8bmws 19 th The Magic of Being in Monk Mode - Greg McKeown “So I would argue that an extreme routine is only reasonable in such an extreme environment.” http://t.co/tAIb3PuwlM 18 th Evolving a poem with an hour of python hacking - A geek with a hat Evolving a poem with an hour of python hacking | A geek with a hat http://t.co/qLmXdmUVkf 12 th My Self Care - crowdhealth My Self Care - crowdhealth http://t.co/mFJUXK3KRU 11 th Focus on education and skill development praiseworthy | The Indian Express “The best part of this Budget is that there is nothing bad about it.” http://t.co/iCdl8ldKaj 10 th Learn to Code by Competitive Programming | HackerEarth Blog Learn to Code by Competitive Programming | HackerEarth Blog http://t.co/pE6QPjKn87 7 th Fireside chat with Google co-founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin | Khosla Ventures “Whereas, if you did something a little less related, you can actually handle more things.” http://t.co/jo9lx4KZSS #paradox 3 rd Obliquity - John Kay Obliquity: "the most profitable companies are not the most profit-oriented. " http://t.co/RYTMWofvHI 1 st Q is for Questions | HuffPost "One right question can change the trajectory of your life." http://t.co/D9TgtCUdnS Jun - 14 30 th Q is for Questions | HuffPost @15Five: Q is for Questions| Rajesh Setty | http://t.co/GPrnsOBKWZ #Leadership 29 th Dr. Alex Filippenko's Five Fascinating Astrophysical Insights | POV | OZY "“All of us are made of star stuff,” Dr. Filippenko said. " http://t.co/wVx0RwrHwO 28 th Learning power - Wikipedia “…knows what to do when they don't know what to do." http://t.co/JPO10hJTjy #learningPower 27 th Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind: How Intelligence Increases When You Think Less “Would've Made A Good Pamphlet” - more often than not, several books fit this description. http://t.co/9JYpOjDXOh 26 th 10 reasons why open source is eating the world | InfoWorld 10 reasons why open source is eating the world - InfoWorld http://t.co/sP6GCW7IC2 25 th Is Coding the New Literacy? – Mother Jones "Those are handy skills for everybody, not just computer scientists." http://t.co/G3RKpQ35ja #4thR 24 th Is Coding the New Literacy? – Mother Jones Is Coding the New Literacy? | Mother Jones http://t.co/A0lGSA5XQX « First ‹ Prev … 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 … Next › Last » Explore Link Blogs nilesh956407043 ReshetovDmitriy lifebalance heisenbugger tenderlove specialtymovers GoSkinnyRunner bil_sabab Imran4biz splashsys01 Sign In With Twitter to get your own link blog!