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How Fanuc quietly took over the world; Why Scientists and Poets Seek New Frontiers; From Galileo and Kepler to the space probe Philae, curiosity about new worlds has long been part of human nature – Bamboo Innovator Daily: 27 Jun (Sat)

Life

  • Why Scientists and Poets Seek New Frontiers; From Galileo and Kepler to the space probe Philae, curiosity about new worlds has long been part of human nature: WSJ
  • The education of Airbnb’s Brian Chesky: Fortune
  • How to Own Your Story: Vivian Gornick on the Art of Personal Narrative and the Power of Textured Storytelling: Brainpickings
  • The Three Essential Properties of the Engineering Mind-Set: Farnam
  • Artificial Intelligence Machine Gets Testy With Its Programmer: WSJ
  • How Not to Be Misled by Data: Numbers can deceive just as surely as words—so here’s a guide to avoid being led astray.: WSJ
  • A Cure for ‘Conflict of Interest’ Mania; A crusading physician says medical progress is hampered by a holier-than-thou ‘moralistic bullying.’: WSJ
  • CampdenFB European Families Business Award 2015 Shortlist: Campden
  • Towers Watson CEO John Haley, a mathematician at the core, sums up the HR and risk management firm’s story. BT
  • Lunch with the FT: Thomas Piketty; France’s ‘rock-star’ economist talks about his fears of eurozone ‘catastrophe’, what spurred his interest in inequality : FT
  • Stephen Ross, property billionaire; Having sold soccer to the US, the Miami Dolphins’ owner aims to do the same with F1 motorsport: FT
  • The practice legendary tycoon Andrew Carnegie credits for his riches can be used by anyone: BI
  • Why Airbnb’s CEO asked for management advice from the former head of the CIA: BI

Books

  • Filters Against Folly: How To Survive Despite Economists, Ecologists, and the Merely Eloquent : Amazon, Farnam

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