@lifebalance's Link Blog Jan - 13 15 th Some advice from Jeff Bezos – Signal v. Noise “It’s perfectly healthy — encouraged, even — to have an idea tomorrow that contradicted your idea today.” http://t.co/gvvObvmg 14 th Exploring Everyday Things with R and Ruby. @BastardsBook: I love this creative hack idea by @sausheong : Measure your heartrate with R, Ruby, and your iPhone http://t.co/zoQjxs31 13 th Amazon.com: Admired: 21 Ways to Double Your Value eBook: Mark Thompson, Bonita S. Thompson: Kindle Store "But you aren't the boss of my likes," she said, putting me in my place. "You're the boss of taking care of me.” http://t.co/8BkRztAV #fb Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Admired: 21 Ways to Double Your Value “This sweet little book covers what I already knew in my head and heart and sometimes overlooked.” http://t.co/ymtmolWd 11 th A Gauge for Measuring Effective Practice « The Talent Code “That’s it. Practice. Better. Forget everything else about your genes, your potential — it’s all just noise.” http://t.co/UY4D5xJ9 #4thR Practice Better “Reading in our profession just isn't enough, we need to reinforce that knowledge by actually doing something.” http://t.co/kkySwXaJ #4thR Annie Murphy Paul: The Myth of 'Practice Makes Perfect' | TIME.com “‘Deliberate practice,’ Ericsson declares sternly, “requires effort and is not inherently enjoyable.”” http://t.co/yUQQ03oK #4thR Annie Murphy Paul: The Myth of 'Practice Makes Perfect' | TIME.com “The difference between ineffective and effective practice means the difference between mediocrity and mastery.” http://t.co/yUQQ03oK 10 th JSTOR to offer limited free access to content from 1,200 journals “Journal Archive Opens Up (Some)” http://t.co/7nePRqlh The Most Important Education Technology in 200 Years - MIT Technology Review “Just imagine, they say, software that maps an individual’s knowledge and offers a lesson plan unique to him or her.” http://t.co/PRlgbUjp 7 th Computer Science for Non-Majors Takes Many Forms - The New York Times “‘Computational thinking should have been covered in middle school, and it isn’t,’ Littman of Rutgers says.” http://t.co/CbTAf1Pl #4thR Richard Stallman Answers Your Questions - Slashdot Jobs is praised for the elegant styling of the jails he designed, we must respond that it is wrong to put users in jail.http://t.co/Mbo8IMaY Richard Stallman Answers Your Questions - Slashdot “Apple is your enemy, and if you don't recognize this and fight, you're being a chump.” http://t.co/Mbo8IMaY #fb Subscribe to read #Obliquity: ...you are often most successful in achieving something when you are trying to do something else. http://t.co/CHma6JqE 5 th After helping put Coimbatore on the global #Udacity Meetup, KITE leads on LearnStreet India Coding Challenge! http://t.co/v5dNDr1U The Power of Concentration - The New York Times “Give him a project, and balance is restored.” http://t.co/U55ZNJod #4thR 2 nd Coursera @coursera: Data science courses on @coursera. Computing for data analysis from JHU starts today! https://t.co/3NhW1HHx Four tips for learning how to program – Signal v. Noise “But just because it isn’t easy doesn’t mean it can’t be enjoyable!” http://t.co/rABoB0gX #4thR How do you turn inspiration into skill? – Signal v. Noise “When you start playing guitar all you want to do is play the first verse of your favorite song.” http://t.co/Yn2NQf3I #4thR Forget passion, focus on process – Signal v. Noise “For one thing, most people’s passions aren’t that unique.” http://t.co/iLNjpPaC « First ‹ Prev … 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 … Next › Last » Explore Link Blogs Yaniv_Ranky JayCuthrell Potentiam_io mywave86h BrokerGayab heisenbugger SearchCrypto arviore masnun grayclhn Sign In With Twitter to get your own link blog!