All The Books I Read In 2022

Some notes and quotes from the books I have read this year: Building the Cycling City - A few things that stuck out to me: The Netherlands wasn’t always so cycling friendly and it took decades to get to this place. There is no blueprint. Every city is different, but in general prioritizing walking, cycling, public transit and driving, in that order, starts you in the right direction. [Read More]

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting:

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting:

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting: The Token Disconnect A Black Woman Invented Home Security. Why Did It Go So Wrong? New Report: Amazon’s Toll Road Canadian News Media Is Dominated by Corporate Lobbyists The Promise and Terror of Artificial Intelligence America’s Gambling Addiction Is Metastasizing The Tech Moguls Are Looking for a New Playground Crime Prediction Software Promised to Be Free of Biases. [Read More]

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting: Electric vehicles won’t save us — we need to get rid of cars completely - “The electrification of transportation is essential — there is no doubt about that — but just replacing every personal vehicle with a battery-powered equivalent will produce an environmental disaster of its own. Such a strategy also denies us the opportunity to rethink a near-century of misguided auto-oriented city planning. [Read More]

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting:

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting: The programmer’s brain in the lands of exploration and production Zillow Just Gave Us A Look At Machine Learning’s Future Biden’s $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Hastens Beacons For Bicyclists And Pedestrians Enabling Detection By Connected Cars - If people need to wear transponders to be detected by autonomous vehicles, maybe they shouldn’t exist? [Read More]

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting:

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting:

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting:

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting:

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting: Episode 84: The Sports Media Problem with Adam H. Johnson Fix Facebook now: Let users opt-out of its addictive algorithm How WhatsApp Swallowed Half The World The Nasty Logistics of Returning Your Too-Small Pants Facebook shouldn’t be in charge of how you use Facebook https://www. [Read More]

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting: Episode 145: How Real Estate-Curated ‘Mom & Pop Landlord’ Sob Stories Are Used to Gut Tenant Protections One Restaurant Owner’s Answer to the Labor Shortage The 2,000-year-old airborne disease theory that blinded Covid experts - “Droplets on surfaces is very convenient for people in power - all of the responsibility is on the individual,” he said. [Read More]

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting:

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting: Why Silicon Valley’s Optimization Mindset Sets Us Up for Failure - “Technologists with a single-minded focus on efficiency frequently take for granted that the goals they pursue are worth pursuing. But, in the context of Big Tech, that would have us believe that boosting screen time, increasing click-through rates on ads, promoting purchases of an algorithmically-recommended item, and profit-maximizing are the ultimate outcomes we care about. [Read More]

What I Read or Listened to This Week

Here is some non-basketball content I read or listened to this week that I found interesting: The Wellness to QAnon Pipeline Belabored: Lost in Work, with Amelia Horgan ‘Prebunking’ Health Misinformation Tropes Can Stop Their Spread How to improve your chances of nudging the vaccine hesitant away from hesitancy and toward vaccination - “People are more worried about social death than actual death” [Read More]