Bret Victor: Visual Graphics (How Many Households)

I’m a big fan of Bret Victor, and have recently decided to read everything on his website again. Here are my notes to his article “How Many Households.” You can read the original here. Key Takeaways Show the data, compare the data, let the data guide reader interactions The essence of data graphics is visualContinue reading “Bret Victor: Visual Graphics (How Many Households)”

2001 MIT Tech Review: 10 Emerging Technologies That Will Change the World

In 2001, the MIT Technology Review published a special edition of Technology Review: 10 Emerging Technologies That Will Change the World. You can read the original publication here. These are my notes. Some additional takeaways at the end. Since 2001, MIT Technology Review has done yearly Top 10 Emerging Technologies issues. Notes for the followingContinue reading “2001 MIT Tech Review: 10 Emerging Technologies That Will Change the World”

Stanley Druckenmiller: Generational Theft

On 5/7/2013, Stanley Druckenmiller and Geoff Canada gave a presentation at Bowdoin College titled: Generational Theft. You can watch the entire thing here. These are my notes. Additional thoughts/takeaways at the end. Entitlements: Websters: A right you have under the Law Actual: A benefit that people have under the Law that they don’t have toContinue reading “Stanley Druckenmiller: Generational Theft”