I’ve been on a road trip this week, so fewer links to post this week:
- Keeping your blinders on (AVC)
- Fascinating analysis from HBR– if you say something is “likely”, how likely do they think it is?
- I assumed such a thing was obvious and unnecessary, but… a defense of the American Revolution
- Duolingo’s CEO says he’s having no trouble at all basing his company in Pittsburgh
- C is not a low-level language, your computer is not a fast PDP-11
- Interesting take on the polarization of recent politics: Political moderates are lying
- An excellent article with a historical perspective on the current political climate
I finished reading Red Notice and I couldn’t recommend it enough. It’s the story of Bill Browder and the Magnitsky Act. It goes a long way to explain what it’s like to be involved as an investor in model day Russia.