I was pretty good about updating this site for years but other things have gotten in my way. As a result, publishing here has waned quite a bit. I write regularly over at my newsletter, Why is this interesting?, which is worth subscribing to.
In the meantime, here are a few highlights from my archives:
- Everyone always likes my year-end Best Longform lists.
- I had a fun time diving deep into a number of different decisionmaking frameworks.
- I keep a few lists active: My favorite books, podcasts, and parenting links I find interesting
- Outside of those big ones here are a few of the more popular posts from over the years: Subways That Open into Buildings, Marketing and the Tension Between Contrarianism and Traditionalism, The Two True Marketing Strategies, and Subway Uncertainty vs Coconut Uncertainty
Thanks for coming by. - Noah
March 19, 2019 // This post is about: email, machine learning, makers vs managers, why is this interesting
January 2, 2019 // This post is about: bestlongform, bestof, longform, longreads
December 17, 2018 // This post is about: 76ers, AI, basketball, buzzwords, contrarian, machine learning, marketing, NBA, sam hinkie, traditionalist
November 27, 2018 // This post is about: behavioral economics, books, brooklyn public library, goodreads, kindle, libby, library, netflix, new york public library
November 12, 2018 // This post is about: AI, ballet, basic income, basketball, books, borges, complexity, cuba, darius miles, david grann, einstein, evolution, machine learning, mandelbrot, microsoft, north korea, parenting, parking, philosophy, physics, politics, remainders, security, spiders, stephen hawking, stuxnet, terrorism
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