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Toru Iwatani: Pac-Man and the real life of games design; 10 skills that are hard to learn but pay off forever; Phishing for Phools: The Economics of Manipulation and Deception – Bamboo Innovator Daily: 11 Jun (Thurs)

Life

  • 10 skills that are hard to learn but pay off forever: BI
  • Toru Iwatani: Pac-Man and the real life of games design; The inventor of the 35-year-old glutton chews over smartphones, managing talent and game design: FT
  • Ina Garten On How To Run A Business And Do What You Love: Forbes
  • What Good Is History? Everyone has their own version. Here’s the best way to navigate it. fool
  • The hidden economic rules behind Tinder, marriage, kidneys, and college admissions: Quartz
  • Buddhism, bombs and blouses: Japan’s versatile ‘washi’ paper: Dailymail
  • Postmortems for Startup Failures: Bloomberg
  • Heidrick & Struggles on the changing nature of leadership: McKinsey
  •  Bye, Bye, American History: Professors and historians urged opposition to the College Board’s new curriculum for teaching AP U.S. History.: WSJ
  • With only a little cash, young Mexican shakes up politics: ChinaPost
  • Too much ‘ganbaru’ could push anyone over the edge: JT
  • A Better Way to Map Brand Strategy: HBR
  • Children need to build strong reading habit: KT
  • Why do smart executives make bad decisions?: FP
  • The secret to success in the age of information overload: FP
  • Hall of fame: Six CEOs who’ve scripted great growth stories: Forbes
  • Here’s why it’s so weird that we haven’t found aliens yet: BI
  • 15-year-old makes the epic discovery of a new planet that’s 1,000 light years from Earth: BI
  • How to become a master networker, even if you’re an introvert: BI
  • The bad habit that makes leaders less effective: BI

Books

  • Phishing for Phools: The Economics of Manipulation and Deception: Amazon
  • Who Gets What — and Why: The New Economics of Matchmaking and Market Design : Amazon
  • The Four Filters Invention of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger: Amazon

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