Math is a science of not being wrong about things, its techniques and habits hammered out by centuries of hard work and argument. With the tools of mathematics in hand, you can understand the world in a deeper, sounder, and more meaningful way.
A book about the story of Ethereum, Vitalik and the rise of DAPPs.
A short review this wonderful book on the history and the present of the Silk Road.
Strange Loops Strange loops are self-referencing ideas which are often paradoxes. Strange loops can be seen in the music of Bach (Cannons, and their casual cousin the Fugue, are self-referencing pieces of music). These loops can also be seen in the designs of Escher (Endless staircase and the infinite waterfall). These strange loops have been observed in maths/logic too. Read more.
A smart, fast paced book introducing the Zettelkasten and talking about note-taking and writing in general. I would give it º/¶.
This is a paper first published in 1937 by Ronald Chase, who won the Nobel Prize for economics for this along with Coase's Theorem
Authors: Glen Weyl and Eric Posner
Organization - An organization is a group of people working together in tandem with expectations to further their individual or shared goals.
Author: Elinor Ostrum
NOTE: Although the book deals with Business modelling, I believe the same concepts can be extended to all organizations. I will be accordingly generalizing the concepts in the below notes.
The book talks about the Mundas (a tribe in Jharkhand), their Local governments and their relationship with the state.