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Maxim Anisimov
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Four NPR graphs beautifully show which jobs are on the rise and which ones are not. http://www.npr.org/sections/money/2015/05/18/404991483/how-machines-destroy-and-create-jobs-in-4-graphs
For hundreds of years, people have been talking about machines taking jobs. Less often discussed: machines creating new jobs.
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Design and prototype websites and mobile apps with Adobe Experience Design CC (Preview), the first all-in-one solution for UX designers. Download now to get started.
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Did you know that you can borrow e-books and audiobooks, not only regular books from SF Public Library? For free, of course. But you'll need to wait for a book to become "available".

There are only two steps:
1. Stop by one of the libraries in SF and get your card in under five minutes.
2. Sign-up here for audiobooks and ebooks: http://sfpl.org/index.php?pg=2000077501

I'm personally checking OverDrive app out: already put a hold on one of the books, waiting.

Thanks, +Sharif Karmally for the hint!
The website of the San Francisco Public Library.
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FYI: Amazon can donate a % of all your purchases to a charity of your choice. Go here to turn it on: http://smile.amazon.com/gp/chpf/change/ref=smi_se_abtpo_r_change_cycsc

Hint: To amplify the impact per $, pick a charity from this list of top performing ones: http://www.givewell.org/charities/top-charities
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Two fascinating videos with Astro Teller​, Head of Google X ("Capitan of Moonshots"). The perfect addition to Sunday cardio. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3e0c0rL00bg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UErbxoBhWoM #temptationbundling
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A fascinating weekend read about AI:

"Kurzweil then takes things a huge leap further. He believes that artificial materials will be integrated into the body more and more as time goes on. First, organs could be replaced by super-advanced machine versions that would run forever and never fail. Then he believes we could begin to redesign the body—things like replacing red blood cells with perfected red blood cell nanobots who could power their own movement, eliminating the need for a heart at all. He even gets to the brain and believes we’ll enhance our brain activities to the point where humans will be able to think billions of times faster than they do now and access outside information because the artificial additions to the brain will be able to communicate with all the info in the cloud."

http://waitbutwhy.com/2015/01/artificial-intelligence-revolution-1.html
The topic everyone in the world should be talking about.
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Pretty cool map of Spotify playlists, composed of the each city's distinctive music.
https://eliotvb.cartodb.com/viz/971d1556-0959-11e5-b1a4-0e9d821ea90d/embed_map #music
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Quite a mind-expanding book.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K7ED54M/ref=r_soa_w_d

"About 13.5 billion years ago, matter, energy, time and space came into being in what is known as the Big Bang. The story of these fundamental features of our universe is called physics.
About 300,000 years after their appearance, matter and energy started to coalesce into complex structures, called atoms, which then combined into molecules. The story of atoms, molecules and their interactions is called chemistry.
About 3.8. billion years ago, on a planet called Earth, certain molecules combined to form particularly large and intricate structures called organisms. The story of organisms is called biology.
About 70,000 years ago, organisms belonging to the species Homo sapiens started to form even more elaborate structures called cultures. The subsequent development of these human cultures is called history.
Three important revolutions shaped the course of history: the Cognitive Revolution kick-started history about 70,000 years ago. The Agricultural Revolution sped it up about 12,000 years ago. The Scientific Revolution, which got under way only 500 years ago, may well end history and start something completely different. This book tells the story of how these three revolutions have affected humans and their fellow organisms."
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San Francisco, then and now. The gold rush, the earthquakes, the civil rights movement, the Summer of Love, the rise of Silicon Valley.

http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/feb/04/san-francisco-then-and-now-super-bowl-50#_=_
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Cool visualizations of top exported products by country / year. http://atlas.cid.harvard.edu/explore/tree_map/export/usa/all/show/2014/
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This cool two minute video explains how to get faster wifi by better positioning your router: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UygPcBCFRrA&list=WL&index=37
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Just wanted to share these two amazing Spotify playlists.

1. BerkeleyHaas applications songs.

Applicants to BerkeleyHaas used to be asked for an essay on this topic: “If you could choose one song that expresses who you are, what is it and why?” This is a collection of songs used by classes ’13, ’15 and ’16. Totally optimistic, daring, reflective and sometimes surprising. Highly recommended. Total songs: 381.
https://open.spotify.com/user/maximmm/playlist/22lyT0kLLFLSywTqptoyjw

2. All Aerostat (a popular music podcast) songs: episodes 1-522.
Hand-picked by Boris Grebenshchikov, full of beautiful gems from all eras. Total songs: 2,881.
https://open.spotify.com/user/maximmm/playlist/0bJLJj1SNMwh922UvEHSYH

Just try both on shuffle, skipping the ones you don't like. You won’t be disappointed.
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    Full-time MBA, 2013 - 2015
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