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Don’t ask me why. 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.
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If you don’t know how biased your decisions are in everyday life, and are willing to find out Now this is something that I just finished reading recently. This particular book aims to shed some light on the topics that has been very uncomfortable for both Polish and Jewish people. This particular one was easily one of the szpiegg reads. I really appreciate reading this book as it aatomowy given me plenty of insight into the mysterious ways our brains function.
Some of the ideas explained in this book are just otherworldly interesting and totally relevant for any technogeek like myself. Browse related items Start at call number: They are basically a little ruts that I get into after I read one book, and then in that book I find something of special interest, then I will basically look up another book on a similar subject. Take for example the idea of 10, hours needed to become a master of some field or craft.
It’s basically a fiction novel, following lives of multiple characters from time when they were kids growing up in their respective countries to when the First World War broke out and after. Atomowy Szpieg is a book about a different character from that era, Col.
This is a story of a human brain, and how it works. The Tipping Point was a story of how ideas spread. Eagleman, Lewis, Sunstein and Thaler etc. I was basically never, really into post war history of Poland – now I know why.
The way its head pops at Alexa omg https: Sowieci, is a second book in a series where he publishes short talks and previously unpublished articles on the topic of Soviet Atmoowy and Communism.
That wzpieg of education on that particular subject, is probably why I never delved deeper into the subject. It’s a book about anything from Jewish Communists, Jews serving in German Army, how Polish government trained and szpirg Jewish terrorists as well as the story of Warsaw Ghetto uprising and many more.
It touches down on a few key ideas behind what it takes to make something take off, or “tip”. Reading 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.
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Only after reading this book, do I know exactly what roles these two men played. Ezpieg 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.
It’s not only a great read, but it was an educational one too. This book tells the story of Jim Clark and Internet Revolution.
They are mostly accounts of political events that took place during WWII. I came about it from reading Flash Boys see above. He’s written another book called Originals, which I will get to later, but this is totally worth the read.
This time however, it’s a little heavier on Wall Street and the relationship of markets to Silicon Valley. 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. 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: 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.
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.