Staying in Your Lane and Loserthink by Scott Adams

Did you enjoy your SimultaneousSip™ today? I did, a lovely glass of cool water. It sure made watching this election hubbub more tolerable. I was able to catch a bit of Scott Adams's Periscope live-stream at 10am today. For those of you who do not know who Scott Adams is, here is a short... Continue Reading →

Break The Internet Alex Jones is back on the JRE. Accompanied by a second guest, comedian Tim Dillon. A conspiracy theorists wet-dream. Within the first ten minutes, Joe, Tim, and Alex talk about:- Jefferey E. (you know what the E stands for)-Borat and Giuliani-Free speech-Hunter Biden I haven't got into the meat of the episode yet, but... Continue Reading →

How to Read Books by Naval Ravikant

I have 38 books on the go. But that’s okay that I haven’t finished any of them yet. I happen to agree with Naval that you don't necessarily have to finish a book, right away or even at all, in order to appreciate content within a book. Naval Ravikant's Secret to Reading Books in the... Continue Reading →

Gad Saad New Book Release Date 2020

Dr. Gad Saad is a, professor of marketing at Concordia University and the author of The Evolutionary Bases of Consumption and The Consuming Instinct. Professor Gad is known as the Colonel of Reason, Leader of Logic, and the Destroyer of Doublespeak. If you follow him on Twitter (which I highly recommend you do) then you will know... Continue Reading →

Welcome to Lex Fridman

"I'm a research scientist at MIT, working on human-centered AIand autonomous vehicles. Also, I teach courses on deep learning. Connect with me (@lexfridman) onTwitter, LinkedIn, Medium, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Besides research and teaching, I enjoy playing guitar, practicing jiu jitsu, and engaging in deep meaningful conversations including on podcasts both as a guest (e.g., Joe Rogan Experience) and as a host (e.g., Artificial Intelligence podcast... Continue Reading →

New Media Meets Old School Journalism

Anyone know any van to camper conversion specialists? Hit me up In a recent live stream about the Patreon Wars, new-media journalist, Tim Pool, briefly talks about how he is thinking about doing old-school on-location journalism. He wants to convert some sort of camper van into a news van. Will he live in this van?... Continue Reading →

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