It feels like every book now is being turned into a movie. More often than not these adaptations are not great, and are almost never as good as the book, but occasionally you will find a movie that lives up to the books, and when you do it’s like finding a diamond in the ruff. […]
Browsing the internet is fun, but there's nothing quite like reading a good book. The problem is that there are just so many bad books out there. That's why we're here: to read a whole lot of books and share only the most worthwhile ones with you, our wonderful readers.
Writing a literature review can be a daunting process for several students. As it consumes a large amount of time of the individual while researching about the material. The main motive of writing a literature review is to carefully analyze all aspects of a published body thoroughly. Several individuals may have to go through writing […]
It’s been fifty years since John McPhee has published, against the better judgment of a New Yorker editor, his seminal article A Sense of Where You Are, profiling then-undergraduate Bill Bradley, now considered one of the best basketball players in the history of the United States of America. Notably, it retains its appeal and importance […]
Ask anyone you know: the Millenial generation (ages 21 to 36) views money differently. UBS Wealth Management says we’re definitely more conservative than our parents and may in fact be the most cautious investors since the 1930s Great Depression era. We’ve experienced the impact of overly leveraged financial markets, easy credit (including student loans), fewer good jobs, and a widening […]
“The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.” — Marcus Aurelius Years ago, during the height of my Tim Ferriss fanboyism, I read an interview that Tim did with BoingBoing on what Tim called his “personal operating system.” Tim was talking about Stoicism (I’ll elaborate in a bit here), […]
I know full well that this is going to make me sound like an old man, but I’m going to say it anyway: people don’t read enough these days. People are arguably reading less, and according to a 2013 study by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy, 32 million adults […]