Reading List (2014)

Reading List (December 2014)

Gangnam Style Has Been Viewed So Many Times It Broke YouTube’s Code

How to take great photos—even on your cell phone

The udder option

How Did Dropbox Scale To 175M Users?

Here Where I am

What I Do When it Feels Like My Work Isn’t Good Enough (James Clear)

Reading List (November 2014)

The Four Types Of Friends According To The Buddha

Avoid the Second Mistake

16 Things You Should Know About India’s Soldiers Defending Siachen

5 Tips for Remembering and Organizing Ideas

7 Ways to Beat Writer’s Block

15 Exceptional Ways to Kick Your Productivity Way Up

5 Simple Strategies for Being on Time

How Much You Should Have Saved in Your Retirement Account, by Age

Price wars rage in cab industry as firms seek brand loyalty

To Make Big Gains, Avoid Tiny Losses

Time Assets vs. Time Debts: A Different Way of Thinking About Productivity

100 Must Follow on Twitter – 2014

How Experts Practice Better Than the Rest (JamesClear)

Minimalism, Success, and the Curious Writing Habit of George R.R. Martin (JamesClear)

10 research tips for finding answers online

Treat All Linear Growth as Exponential Growth When You Save Money

How Tech Companies Can Help Their Coders

Reading List (October 2014)

Super 30 fame Anand Kumar inspires students at MIT

​Get More Out of the Books You Read With an Idea Index

The Features That Matter on Your Next Router (and the Ones That Don’t)

Warren Buffett’s “2 List” Strategy: How to Maximize Your Focus and Master Your Priorities

Eight Ways to Help Improve Your Child’s Vocabulary

Golden Milk: The Simple Drink That Could Change Your Life

Ten Tips From A Shaolin Monk On How To Stay Young Forever

10 Small Things You Can Do Every Day To Get Smarter

HackerEarth Technology Stack

How to Save for Retirement When You’re Broke

Reading List (Septemeber 2014)

Richard Branson: My thoughts on entrepreneurship v steady employment

Pirate Bay Moves to The Cloud, Becomes Raid-Proof

The Pirate Bay Runs on 21 “Raid-Proof” Virtual Machines

Busting the 21 days habit formation myth

Why Habits Aren’t Always Formed in 21 Days (Lifehacker)

Trouble Leaving Work at Work? 5 Ways to Truly Disconnect at Home

I am leaving a top tier university.

How to fire an employee (Hackerearth Blog)

The Comfort Principle: Spend Money Where You Spend Your Time (Lifehacker)

Use a Four Folder System to Prioritize All Your Paperwork (Lifehacker)

Start a Seven-Step Depth Ritual to Focus on Your Task at Hand (Lifehacker)

How to Stay Focused When You Get Bored Working Toward Your Goals (Lifehacker)

Disciplined Passion (Hackerearth Blog)

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