Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 25 Apr (Sat) – David Brooks’s new book: ‘The Road to Character’ and a path to grace


  • David Brooks’s new book: ‘The Road to Character’ and a path to grace: WaPo
  • Love and Merit: Parenting in America is experiencing a silent epidemic of conditional love. NYT
  • Language Shapes Thoughts—and Storm Preparations; Why gendered names of hurricanes may be a bad idea: WSJ
  • Startup founders describe how they got through the hardest part: BI
  • How to Save American Colleges; The Purdue president on freezing tuition, how to reduce student debt, and busting the accreditation cartel. WSJ
  • Do Strong Religious Beliefs Stifle Innovation?: WSJ
  • The Economics of Suspense: NYT
  • Transferring and sustaining the family wealth: BT
  • A psychological trick to instantly feel more productive: BI
  • Why Bad News Is Good News; Consuming bad news is evolutionarily adaptive, but the nature of the social Web might limit its supply. PSmag
  • Why can’t we read anymore? Or, can books save us from what digital does to our brains?: Medium
  • An Academic Job Slump is Making Graduate Students Depressed: Bloomberg
  • Inside the Podcast Brain: Why Do Audio Stories Captivate? The emotional appeal of listening; “Our brain is trying to save resources and energy. We only want to give attention to something when it matters.” Atlantic

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