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Part time, hardcore, old school gamer.
Part time, hardcore, old school gamer.

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Taxpayers being fleeced by crony politicians gifting obscene fees to hacks that regularly underperform index funds.

https://bloom.bg/2pErCvW
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Awesome insight here on decades old policies. 
Excellent piece by Tom Streithorst on why interest rates are so important
What Keeps the Rich & Powerful up at Night

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All very good points, waiting for counter points. 
Any good counter-arguments to this?
Does Wall Street Do “God’s Work”? Or Even Anything Useful?
#economics #finance http://bit.ly/2c2stlQ

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A Harvard trained mathematician, O’Neil spent the last several years teaching at Barnard, working for DE Shaw, one of the world’s leading hedge funds, and launching a technology start up designed to deliver targeted advertising. Her key takeaway from the last two experiences—that Big Data is increasing inequality and threatening democracy —is the subject of her important new book, Weapons of Math Destruction, out on September 6.

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On this day in 1999, we introduced the #GPU to the world! Watch its progression up to now.

Check out the first GPU: http://nvda.ws/1rZphMY

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America's Ugly Strip Malls Were Caused By Government Regulation

The common wisdom is that they result from “the market,” as monuments to American capitalism and consumerism. But that is a big fat myth—they have been forced into existence by government regulations: http://on.forbes.com/6269B4DbW
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Nintendo's share price has dropped by 17% and dumped over $6 billion in market cap since investors realized the company doesn't actually make Pokémon GO. #AppsGames #News #Nintendo

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What kind of sales can 100-mile electric cars expect with 200-mile cars on the horizon?
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