Tag: books

  • Seeking Tribe #2: Bison, Boars, And Books — Oh My!

    Can you feel it? It’s going to be a wonderful week. I am so grateful for the positive initial response to this newsletter and thankful that you decided to stick around. This past week, I had a couple friends from out of town visiting so I ended up much more focused on friendship than my […]

  • Dave Rubin Comes Out As a ‘Chad Centrist’ Nationalist, He Is Not A Classical Liberal

    This post is a review of Don’t Burn This Book by Dave Rubin. This review was initially posted as a 3 star book review on Amazon. I pre-ordered this book to help support Dave for all of the wonderful, insightful interviews he has hosted over the past few years. I am grateful for how he […]

  • Via Negativa and the Copenhagen Consensus Center

    “The Copenhagen Consensus Center is a think tank that researches the smartest solutions for the world’s biggest problems, advising policy-makers and philanthropists how to spend their money most effectively.” This institution has attempted to rank-order interventions that philanthropic humanists should engage in to maximize their return, articulated in $USD return-on-investment per $USD spent. I will […]

  • Top to-read 11/10/2018

    How To Read A Book by Mortimer J. Adler Designing Your Life by Bill Burnett Poke The Box by Seth Godin The Age of Cryptocurrency by Paul Vigna High Output Management by Andy Grove The Truth Machine by Paul Vigna Creativity Rules by Tina Seelig Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu The Rise of Superman […]