Diary of a Financier

Posts Tagged ‘Education’

Bookshelf update: Century Club!

In Bookshelf on Wed 10 Feb 2016 at 08:15

Back on January 1, 2011, my New Year’s Resolution was to read 100 books in 5 years.  61 months later, I achieved just that… Read the rest of this entry »

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Top Newsstuffs (December 29 – January 4)

In Bookshelf on Sun 4 Jan 2015 at 06:40

Top reads from the week that was…

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Top Newsstuffs (July 14-20)

In Capital Markets on Sun 20 Jul 2014 at 05:55

I like my burgers medium rare…

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Top Newsstuffs (February 24-March 1)

In Bookshelf on Sun 2 Mar 2014 at 05:55

West meets East… Read the rest of this entry »

Top Newsstuffs (February 17-23)

In Bookshelf on Sun 23 Feb 2014 at 05:15

Training days…

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Top Newsstuffs (July 29-August 4)

In Bookshelf on Sun 4 Aug 2013 at 06:35

Floating away in Mass Bay…

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Top Newsstuffs (May 20-26)

In Bookshelf on Sun 26 May 2013 at 05:25

Back from the bush, where we [intentionally] went off-the-grid. Posts will thicken again as I resume my normal schedule this week…

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Bookshelf update: Antifragile

In Bookshelf, Existential on Thu 16 May 2013 at 01:03

More than a month ago, I finished Nassim Taleb’s culminating work, Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder.  I’ve now read his entire series, and thoroughly enjoyed most of it.  Thus, I wanted to record some of my favorite passages and takeaways herein, because his hyper-simplistic, radical, against-the-grain philosophy has a profound effect on both my personal and my professional lives… Read the rest of this entry »

Top Newsstuffs (February 4-10)

In Bookshelf on Sun 10 Feb 2013 at 07:08

Blizzard Nemo weekend in the Northeast–over/under was 3 feet… Read the rest of this entry »

Top Newsstuffs (January 14-20)

In Bookshelf on Sun 20 Jan 2013 at 07:29

Short list this week; same churn about 2013 forecasts and Congressional wrangling over spending cuts… Go Pats!

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