This week’s highlights: San Francisco, Hacking, and Publix
Another insane week + poor management of my calendar has left me with little time for reading – as such the Fifteen this week is more like 6.
A return to more normal programming next week – until then, have a great weekend
Food for Tood for Thought
- CommonSense – Slow-Motion Suicide in San Francisco. The city is carrying out a bizarre medical experiment in which they are helping homeless drug addicts use drugs. ‘It’s handing a loaded gun to a suicidal person.’
- Wired – North Korea Hacked Him. So He Took Down Its Internet. Disappointed with the lack of US response to the Hermit Kingdom’s attacks against US security researchers, one hacker took matters into his own hands.
- Mercer – What Publix Supermarkets Can Teach Family Businesses
- PCD – Effectively Leverage the Experience of Your Board
- Jalopnik – Sony Trained An AI To Be So Good At Gran Turismo It Started Driving Like A Total Jerk & Autosport – The simulation tools that have given F1 confidence over 2022 rules – A pair of articles looking at the impact that massive computing power is having in the complex world of auto racing – both in car design and driving.
When Anything is Possible – Wealth and the Art of Strategic Living
The book is about how we shift from focusing on the things we want to avoid, to the things we want to accomplish with our wealth. Doing so requires a person to articulate 3 key items – Wealth Structure, Wealth Identity and ultimately a Wealth Strategy. The book walks through each of these items in great depth, and guides the reader through a process to develop each.
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