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Electronic Performance Support System

Yale psychology professor Frank Keil argues that having the internet's vast resources at your fingertips causes people to confuse their internal knowledge base (what they personally know) with their external knowledge base (knowing where to find the information they need).

http://www.engadget.com/2015/04/01/yale-study-youre-not-as-clever-as-your-googling-suggests/

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Chess Prodigy

I am essentially a positional player, although I can conduct an assault with precision and vigor, when the opportunity arises. My strength consists of a fighting spirit, a great desire to win, and a stubborn defense whenever in trouble. I rarely become discouraged in an inferior situation, and I fear no one.
—Samuel Reshevsky
Samuel Reshevsky learned chess when he was 4, he became known as a child chess prodigy and was playing simultaneous games of chess against adults.
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You know the ideal of firemen as swoonsome, stoic hunks who keep us all safe from burning buildings, are gentle enough to rescue kittens from tall trees,
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Everlasting Glory

"Glaucus was no coward. He had killed four men, and that was no easy matter when they were charging at him through the dust and din, waving sharp swords and screaming. In those days, it wasn’t just a matter of pulling a trigger or pressing a button. You had to push your spear hard through armour and bone, and watch as their eyes first pleaded, then grew large, then went out."
—Stephen Cave

http://www.aeon.co/magazine/philosophy/why-we-still-believe-we-can-life-on-through-fame/

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John Barleycorn

“And in my book-walled den, the mausoleum of the thoughts of men, I take my drink, and other drinks, and roust out the sleeping dogs from the recesses of my brain and hallo them on over the walls of prejudice and law and through all the cunning labyrinths of superstition and belief”

—Jack London (from John Barleycorn)
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In America, just over 10 percent of all burglaries are "hot burglaries"-- committed while the owners are pre sent; in Britain, it's over half. Because of insurance-required alarm systems, the average thief increasingly concludes that it's easier to break in while you're on the premises. Your home-security system may conceivably make your home more safe, but it makes you less so. 
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The dollar's foundation from which the term “reserve currency” originated no longer exists.
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Thanks, Mark — great summary
I have worked in services businesses now for 20+ years. I have headed sales groups and account services groups, worked as a Project Manager and a Strategist, and have managed offices and divisions of companies. I have had a lot of clients (and teammates). And I have heard a lot of very professional colleagues state, in frustration, "My client is the devil!" or similar deprecating comments.While clients can be capricious, demanding, wishy-washy, a...
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Two Personal Qualities More Vital To Success Than IQ That Most People Don’t Know

Here are two trainable personal qualities which predict success four times more than intelligence

Being open to experience and conscientious is four times more important than intelligence in predicting academic success, a new research review finds. 

People who are open to experience are more likely to be imaginative, sensitive to their feelings, intellectually curious and seekers of variety. 

Conscientious people, meanwhile, are disciplined, dutiful and good at planning ahead.

http://www.spring.org.uk/2014/12/two-personal-qualities-more-vital-to-success-than-iq-that-most-people-dont-know.php
Albert Einstein’s was estimated at 160, Madonna’s is 140, and John F. Kennedy’s was only 119, but as it turns out, your IQ score pales in comparison with your EQ, MQ, and BQ scores when it comes to predicting your success and professional achievement. IQ tests are used as an indicator [...]
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Nobel Peace Prize Snafu

"There appears to be more concern over one Ebola patient in a country of 316 million people than the news that your administration is invading Iraq all over again," the Norwegian Nobel Committee wrote in a letter to Obama in which they called themselves "delusional dupes" for giving Nobel Peace Prize to him
Republicans win the Senate, President Obama doubles the number of troops in Iraq, and Ted Cruz calls Net Neutrality "Obamacare for the Internet"
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