@lifebalance's Link Blog Nov - 13 29 th No Engineer Would Have Designed the Human Brain the Way It Is | Big Think “Our brains are impressive, Linden says. But the engineering behind the brain 'is completely insane.'” http://t.co/SFenagClLV 28 th Climate Change Needs an Elephant Whisperer | Warming PlanetLive ScienceLive Science @LiveScience: Climate Change Needs an Elephant Whisperer (Op-Ed) http://t.co/seDyQQnmSG Socrates response to Meno’s Paradox | A Seeker's Story “The question that is asked is how he can inquire into something that he knows nothing about.” http://t.co/6xW4eJ7gcB #Paradox Bitcoin Explained on Vimeo Check out "Bitcoin Explained" by @duncanelms on Vimeo http://t.co/rpDv09k5U6 #Vimeo #bitcoin #bitcoinexplained #infographic #design 26 th The Incredible Power of a Smile :-) | Management Innovation eXchange “Hsieh says that happiness is ...: perceived control, perceived progress, connectedness, and vision/meaning” http://t.co/jQAhlRMi8X This Is the Man Bill Gates Thinks You Absolutely Should Be Reading | WIRED “When people start playing with color, you know they’re played out.” http://t.co/6YjJdek8Il This Is the Man Bill Gates Thinks You Absolutely Should Be Reading | WIRED “The only good thing in the US is Gorilla Glass, because it’s Corning, which spends $700 million a year on research.” http://t.co/6YjJdek8Il This Is the Man Bill Gates Thinks You Absolutely Should Be Reading | WIRED “If you give up manufacturing, you end up with haves and have-nots and you get social polarization.” http://t.co/6YjJdek8Il 23 rd Weightless Project Weightless Project http://t.co/1V9agqmwlO Failure is the only route to success: Harsh Mariwala - Livemint #IshaInsight http://t.co/yziIrv4bVi 22 nd Raspberry Pi now includes Mathematica and Wolfram Language for free - The Vergeclockmenumore-arrow “‘Writing a tiny program, perhaps not even a line long, and already having something really interesting happen’” http://t.co/YAIJRkMmDK Stephen Wolfram ensmartens all the things | ZDNet “‘...pretty amazing that we're now at the point where all the knowledge and computation...can run in a $25 computer” http://t.co/ZtIYKdhyLi Marginally Interesting: How Python became the language of choice for data science @siah: How Python became the language of choice for data science http://t.co/wI0yviuEkq 20 th "If you feel like [doing] it, it might actually be useful [for you later on]." http://t.co/isr6x5x6ab #learning #BeYourself 19 th clavalle comments on How many entrepreneurs would benefit from a course on how to maintain your energy all day long? How many entrepreneurs would benefit from a course on how to maintain your energy all day long? http://t.co/MQOsqhuqVD EngrProf comments on IamA Engineering Professor teaching innovation at a well known US University -- AMA! “Frankly, ideas are a dime a dozen. It's a rare breed who can execute.” http://t.co/RGXNWsavdC 18 th prsm.tc - This website is for sale! - prsm Resources and Information. @richKroll: Google’s Python Lessons are Awesome http://t.co/vVHkpehWZg via @prismatic 17 th From Its Beginnings In A Denmark Loft, Zendesk’s Steady Rise To The Top Of The Helpdesk Heap | TechCrunch “Cohler reinforced this point–”Most great companies focus on their own mission, not the competition,” he adds.” http://t.co/ZMPQwqiSbC (Founder Stories) Joel Spolsky On Startups: "Have A Co-Founder Otherwise You'll Go Insane" | TechCrunch “Spolsky also explains why he admires Bill Gates more than Steve Jobs.” http://t.co/nR3PuumyK2 H.P. Lovecraft’s Advice to Aspiring Writers: Timeless Counsel from 1920 – Brain Pickings “no excuse exists for their persistent occurrence, since the sources of correction are so numerous and so available.” http://t.co/sA6qG0l7Dw « First ‹ Prev … 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 … Next › Last » Explore Link Blogs mareklachauthor UtamakanSehat JustWebWorld mywave86ab dedekbayi_com Chris27616875 HaleAssociatio1 phani_vedala rofh ProvinesCira Sign In With Twitter to get your own link blog!