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RI#134 - No sign-up tools/Think like a poker player/Music as medicine

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🌐 Websites

  • nosignup.tools is a curated collection of web-based products that don't require an account or registration.

  • The news from more than 90 sources. On the left you can choose categories, how many percent you receive from each category and also you can choose which websites you follow. All this is Otherweb

📝 Articles

  • In this article, you’ll find two real-life examples of how people —mistakenly— evaluate decisions based on their outcomes. Then, you’ll see why it’s wrong and how to take luck into consideration by thinking like a poker player.

📙 Books

Figuring Out the Past: The 3,495 Vital Statistics That Explain World History

Figuring Out the Past: The 3,495 Vital Statistics That Explain World History

We are used to thinking about history in terms of stories. Yet we understand our own world through data: cast arrays of statistics that reveal the workings of our societies. In Figuring Out the Past, radical historians Peter Turchin and Dan Hoyer dive into the numbers that reveal the true shape of the past, drawing on their own Seshat project, a staggeringly ambitious attempt to log every data point that can be gathered for every society that has ever existed. This book does more than tell the story of humanity: it shows you the big picture, by the numbers.

📱 Apps

  • Music as medicine. Research-based music for anxiety made by grammy-winning producers. This is Sona. /Android, iOS

  • Manage your tasks and events quickly, stay motivated with Flows, and connect with your friends. Try Flowductive. /iOS

✨ Inspiration

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