Monthly Archives: July 2010

One more Robert Sapolsky video

The title is “The Uniqueness of Humans”. Youtube: TED version: http://www.ted.com/talks/robert_sapolsky_the_uniqueness_of_humans.html
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Stanford’s Robert Sapolsky on Depression, Stress..

Came across this wonderful and accessible talk about depression, explained from both biological and psychological perspectives, by Stanford professor Robert Sapolsky.
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Michael Lewis

Leave the subprimes, CDOs, Lehmans, AIGs all aside. Leave the story aside, too. Check this. If this doesn’t make you sit up and notice, I don’t know what else will: Eisman had a curious way of listening; he didn’t so much listen to what you were saying as subcontract to some remote region of his […]
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For people who go gaga about Apple’s business model for phone

I am sure you haven’t read the NTT-DoCoMo case.
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Remembering an old Sufi Rock favorite

I distinctly remember this moment. I was eagerly waiting for the top song on the MTV India Top 20 show (I think I got the name right, or it is MTV top 20), while Nikhil Chinnappa was busy selecting his favourite person who “challenged the force of gravity on human body”. I knew it would […]
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And Fred Madison(Bill Pullman) said

“I like to remember things my own way… How I remembered them. Not necessarily the way they happened.”
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