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  1. Nov 2018
    1. So what are some possible solutions? Should we think about trying to reform these companies from within? Should we think about regulation? Nationalization? Building alternatives? Sarah: The answer is yes. Safiya: All of the above.

      Something should be done in order to make our search system more efficiency. It appears to be a lot of work.

    2. one of the most important factors that enables a link to rise to the top of the rankings is the amount of capital you have.

      Current system of search shows its disadvantages. It need to be modified as well as anything during its evolution.

  2. Oct 2018
    1. I’ve been to 22 countries, six continents, and been on the ground for close to a dozen referendums and elections. I was in London for UK’s nervous breakdown over Brexit, in Barcelona for Catalonia’s failed attempts at a secession from Spain, in Sweden as neo-Nazis tried to march on the country’s largest book fair.

      World becoming more and more nationalistic. It reminds me of the 1930's.

  3. Sep 2018
    1. Seaside’s history has been intimately tied to Fort Ord, but it is far more than just another military town and African American settlement. Seaside’s history reveals fundamental patterns that have shaped California and the West.

      Fort Ord has done a great impact on society of seaside and marina. When it was closed in 1994, It was a disaster for people.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=II-uIh6KgUc

    1. most commonly creep into the decision-making process.

      I think, that we need to understand, how do our brains work, because it is part of us, which creates ourselves. There is the list of 7 most commonly creep cognitive biases into the decision- making process. " Progress bias

      What it is: Where we give more credit to our good actions even if they’re outweighed by the bad.

      Confirmation bias

      What it is: Where we’re more likely to believe information that confirms opinions we already have.

      Survivorship bias

      What it is: Where we only pay attention to people or things that succeeded and ignore all those who didn’t.

      Dunning-Kruger effect

      What it is: When confidence and experience are mismatched.

      IKEA effect

      What it is: Where we place much higher value on things we’ve personally worked on.

      Planning fallacy

      What it is: Where we underestimate the time we need to complete a task.

      Availability heuristic

      What it is: Where we believe that if something can be recalled it must be important. "