Using Fiverr To Learn About Economics Teaches an Important Lesson: You Get What You Pay For

I hired an “expert in Economics and Finance” to write up an explanation of the work of the recent Nobel Prize for Economics but I only paid $17. The Recent Winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics Nobel prizes are the most respected awards given to top achievers in intellectual discoveries or inventors in the… Continue reading Using Fiverr To Learn About Economics Teaches an Important Lesson: You Get What You Pay For

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13 Drugs I Have Tried and What I Think About Them

A list of the drugs I have tried listed in order of my preference for doing them. As a capitalist I tend to like uppers for productivity, alcohol for negotiations and team building, and psychedelics for thinking of innovative new business strategies (the blue ocean strategy was originally conceived of by W. Chan Kim and… Continue reading 13 Drugs I Have Tried and What I Think About Them

Financial Civil Disobedience

PART 1: Onion Futures I bought The Futures by Emily Lambert because I wanted to know more about the Onion Futures Act, a United States law banning the trading of futures contracts on onions as well as motion picture box office receipts. This is a stupid law. A futures contract is simply a legal agreement… Continue reading Financial Civil Disobedience

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Boston

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Boston was transformed from a relatively small and economically stagnant town in 1780 to a bustling seaport and cosmopolitan center with a large and highly mobile population by 1800. By the mid-19th century Boston was one of the largest manufacturing centers in the nation, noted for its garment production, leather goods, and machinery industries. Manufacturing… Continue reading Boston

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Mike Merrill to Executive Produce IPO Series with Amazon and Sony Pictures Television

Amazon is developing a series inspired by the true story of a man who sold shares of himself to investors, Variety has learned. In a competitive situation, Amazon has landed the project, titled “JNNA.” It is described as a half-hour comedy about the next big investment craze — humans. It is inspired by Mike Merrill,… Continue reading Mike Merrill to Executive Produce IPO Series with Amazon and Sony Pictures Television

K5M Dialup Clips

Recorded using Dialup Edited by Danielle Baskin Creative Commons music: Knife by CJ Aleezon Super Friendly by Kevin MacLeod Criticality by Pixelgipsy Garden Music by Kevin MacLeod Brittle Rille by Kevin MacLeod No Good Layabout by Kevin MacLeod

Toronto

12,500 years ago the Laurentide Ice Sheet, a continental glacier that covered northeastern North America, retreated from the area of present-day Toronto. Soon afterward small groups of Indigenous people moved into the area to hunt animals such as caribou. The French first set up trading posts in the area which they abandoned as the British conquered French North… Continue reading Toronto

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Teaser of Dialup Call

The first Dialup call was fantastic and I wanted to share a few snippets with you. I know that talking to a stranger on the phone is weird, but the first test of using this far exceeded any expectations I had and it was the highlight of my week. I highly recommend you connect with… Continue reading Teaser of Dialup Call

Berlin

The capital of the Margraviate of Brandenburg in 1417, and later of Brandenburg-Prussia, and the Kingdom of Prussia. Prussia grew rapidly in the 18th and 19th century, and formed the basis of the German Empire in 1871. After 1900 Berlin became a major world city, known for its leadership roles in science, the humanities, music,… Continue reading Berlin

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