I’ve been reviewing a few old books from my graduate degree in education and there’s a lot of great stuff from these classic books that can help frame someone’s thinking around topics of growth and education and many other topics.
One area defined critical thinking and I skimmed it really quickly thinking that I wouldn’t gain anything from it. Instead, I sat on this chapter for a long time (that always happens).
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This new service by Buffer helps you share images via social media quickly.
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Learning from others, especially those that have different perspectives, is really hard.
Just think about it for a moment and then take stock of all the friends and close colleagues that you associate with… they most likely share similar interests, similar philosophies, similar hobbies, ad nauseum.
This makes sense, though, as we want to hang around those that have these similar backgrounds and world views.
Continue reading Sameness is Dangerous
Ah, an oldie (but goodie via 2011) blog post via TechCrunch on why startups need blogs. Worth a review if you’re on the fence.
Continue reading Startup Blog: Do It
I’m doing a little iTunes Podcast experiment. Who knows where it’ll go short or long-term… but I will admit that seeing it up in iTunes makes me kind of giddy.
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Daniel Norris is a simply fascinating human being:
This is where Norris has chosen to live while he tries to win a job in the Blue Jays’ rotation: in a broken-down van parked under the blue fluorescent lights of a Wal-Mart in the Florida suburbs.
Continue reading The Most Interesting Pitcher in the World