Monthly Archives: November 2012

My Intuition Experiment

A few weeks ago, I re-read Pragmatic Thinking and Learning: Refactor Your Wetware, by Andy Hunt. I’ve read it before, but this time something stood out to me: the Dreyfus model of skill acquisition. This model was first explained by … Continue reading

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The basics of Net Present Value

You’ve probably heard of the Stanford Marshmallow experiment. Researchers offered children a piece of their favorite candy with two options: to eat it right now, or to wait for fifteen minutes and receive an extra piece of candy. Supposedly, the … Continue reading

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