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https://medium.com/the-mission/everything-you-need-to-know-about-bitcoin-f2a3be247a5b i confess i haven't read it all, and there might be lots of false claims in this around the whole history being told but... for the bitcoin part, this must be the best content i've read in the past 5 years or so.
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someone must put this idea on trial and film it! :D
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I'm really sad to see the dreaded US tipping culture ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gratuity#United_States ) affected the good folks at curiosity https://curiosity.com/topics/the-scientifically-proven-method-to-get-your-bartenders-attention-curiosity?utm_source=androidapp but at least this simple seat-and-look-into-the-eye tip sounds to be quite good! :)
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too bad they never get into specifics of how dull or the deviation... but nevertheless, interesting findings. and turning off notifications is a great idea.

Smartphones Dull Your Mental Performance — Even When They're Off | @curiositydotcom

https://curiosity.com/topics/smartphones-dull-your-mental-performance-even-when-theyre-off-curiosity?utm_source=androidapp
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i'm pretty confident the science of sleep is much more complex than this and this is mostly inaccurate... for one, there are apps able to trigger alarm only when you're on light non-REM sleep, to which hitting the snooze will only give you a few more minutes of dreaming on my experience and absolutely no collateral effects. and then, given enough resilience, pretty much anyone can condition themselves to sleep much later, or for much shorter times, or spreaded among the day, and so many different patterns... like for food i don't think there's any such general advice that can be given other than "eat a lot of diverse food" or analogously, for sleep, "adjust it for your needs/goals and/or current body conditioning".

https://curiosity.com/topics/dont-hit-the-snooze-buttonitll-only-make-you-sleepier-curiosity?utm_source=androidapp
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The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013) is an ok flick. nothing special about it, except for Jim Carey, in my humble opinion. i can't pinpoint why, but his last scene, where he does exactly what you'd expect from this image, was hilarious to me! watched this yesterday and i still laugh hard just thinking about it. worthed the whole otherwise whatever movie. :D
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if only my world could be this simple. I almost always thought the world is getting better. to me learning that was simultaneous to learning about wikipedia, back over a decade ago when it was still a child.
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https://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/28/magazine/what-google-learned-from-its-quest-to-build-the-perfect-team.html?_r=1 sigh

in short: better overall communication, considering all aspects from transparency to empathy, make way better teams regardless of how smart, productive or capable individuals might be perceived.
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this should be natively integrated into medium, google docs, chrome and everywhere we can write text, really: http://proselint.com/approach

> we consider usage: redundancy, jargon, illogic, clichés, sexism, misspelling, inconsistency, misuse of symbols, malapropisms, oxymorons, security gaffes, hedging, apologizing, pretension, and more.
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