Episode 65



18 October 2021

48 mins 11 secs

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About this Episode

✓ Zašto je razumevanje situacije neophodan ali ne i dovoljan uslov za preživljavanje?
✓ Ko su lavovi, ko lisice, i šta raditi kad nema ni jednih ni drugih?
✓ Kako su PowerPoint prezentacije uništile američku vojsku?

Episode Links

  • Drummer: About Drummer — Drummer is a multi-tab outliner that runs as a web app and as a Mac desktop app.
  • ∞ regress — Half-baked notes and links c/o Miloš Miljković
  • Outliner - Wikipedia — An outliner (or outline processor) is a specialized type of text editor (word processor) used to create and edit outlines, which are text files which have a tree structure, for organization.
  • Outlining Software For Pros - OmniOutliner - The Omni Group — OmniOutliner is a powerful tool for organizing (and reorganizing) information, so you can see the full picture and structure your information effortlessly.
  • Roam Research – A note taking tool for networked thought. — As easy to use as a document. As powerful as a graph database. Roam helps you organize your research for the long haul.
  • Tinderbox: The Tool For Notes — Tinderbox helps you visualize, analyze, and share your ideas.
  • List of concept- and mind-mapping software - Wikipedia — Concept mapping and mind mapping software is used to create diagrams of relationships between concepts, ideas, or other pieces of information.
  • Cartesian Therapeutics Strengthens Leadership Team With Hire of Miloš Miljković, M.D., as Chief Medical Officer — Cartesian Therapeutics, a fully integrated, clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company pioneering RNA cell therapy in and beyond oncology, today announced the hire of Miloš Miljković, M.D., as Vice President and Chief Medical Officer.
  • In Memoriam: Thomas A. Waldmann, M.D. (1930-2021) | Center for Cancer Research — The CCR community is profoundly saddened by the recent passing of Thomas A. Waldmann, M.D., Chief Emeritus of the Lymphoid Malignancies Branch and NIH Distinguished Investigator.
  • Leo Szilard - Wikipedia — Leo Szilard (/ˈsɪlɑːrd/; Hungarian: Szilárd Leó, pronounced [ˈsilaːrd ˈlɛoː]; born Leó Spitz; February 11, 1898 – May 30, 1964) was a Hungarian-American physicist and inventor. He conceived the nuclear chain reaction in 1933, patented the idea of a nuclear fission reactor in 1934, and in late 1939 wrote the letter for Albert Einstein's signature that resulted in the Manhattan Project that built the atomic bomb.
  • The Making of the Atomic Bomb: Richard Rhodes: 9780671657192: Amazon.com: Books — The definitive history of nuclear weapons and the Manhattan Project. From the turn-of-the-century discovery of nuclear energy to the dropping of the first bombs on Japan, Richard Rhodes’s Pulitzer Prize–winning book details the science, the people, and the sociopolitical realities that led to the development of the atomic bomb.
  • BBC World Service - The Bomb — My grandad worked on the bomb that dropped on Hiroshima. Could another man - Leo Szilard - have stopped it?
  • The Hidden Life of Otto Frank by Carol Ann Lee | PopMatters — Julianne Duke, a former neighbor of the Franks’ in Amsterdam whose family had emigrated to the United States, remembers that her parents asked the Franks to join them: “Mrs. Frank wrote that she wanted to emigrate, but Mr. Frank saw no need to leave Holland. He trusted in man’s basic goodness, rather than focusing on the darker, irrational side of human nature.”
  • Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death - YouTube — Patrick Henry's historic speech dramatized during the Golden Age of Hollywood. "Give me liberty or give me death..." rang out on March 23, 1775.
  • The Next Experiments in Elitism — Now, while a notion of elite is stable, there is what Vilfredo Pareto called circulation of elites. He traced how two kinds of elites, which he called lions and foxes based on earlier terminology from Machiavelli, tend to simply take turns being the elites. Foxes rule by the power of the pen, lions through the power of the sword.
  • Twilight Struggle - Wikipedia — Twilight Struggle: The Cold War, 1945–1989 is a board game for two players, published by GMT Games in 2005. Players are the United States and Soviet Union contesting each other's influence on the world map by using cards that correspond to historical events
  • Živojin Mišić - Wikipedia — Field Marshal Živojin Mišić GCLH, KCB, GCMG (Serbian: Живојин Мишић; 19 July 1855 in Struganik – 20 January 1921 in Belgrade) was a Field Marshal who participated in all of Serbia's wars from 1876 to 1918. He directly commanded the First Serbian army in the Battle of Kolubara and in breach of the Thessaloniki Front was the Chief of the Supreme Command.
  • Nassim Taleb, Absorbing Barriers and House Money — Taleb: … absorbing barrier is a point that you reach beyond which you can’t continue. You stop. So, for example, if you die, that’s an absorbing barrier. So, most people don’t realize, as Warren Buffett keeps saying, he says in order to make money, you must first survive. It’s not like an option. It’s a condition. So, once you hit that point, you are done. You are finished. And that applies in the financial world of course to what we call ruin, financial ruin.
  • Missed Warnings: The Fatal Flaws Which Doomed Challenger – — On 7 March 1986, six weeks after the loss of Challenger, divers from the U.S.S. Preserver found the remains of the ill-fated shuttle’s crew cabin. It “was disintegrated, with the heaviest fragmentation and crash damage on the left side,” read the Rogers Commission’s final report into the cause of the disaster.