Tag: history

Ray Peat Died. Now What?

Recently, nutritional pioneer Ray Peat died at the age of 86. I have several posts on this blog that reference his work. I’m not a strict follower, but I have borrowed some of his ideas.

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Rewriting the Neil Rogers Website in Svelte

One of the other websites that I maintain is neilrogers.org, which I discussed a little bit in the 2014 post My Tribute to Radio’s Neil Rogers. You don’t need to read that post. The short version is that … [continue reading]

How the Internet Happened

A few weeks ago, I was searching for a podcast on Overcast and I stumbled across a title that I wasn’t looking for but it grabbed my attention instantly. It was called the Internet History Podcast.  After listening to … [continue reading]

20 Years of Weightlifting

Although I actually started lifting weights on a regular basis after I moved to Florida in June 1994, I do recall going to the old Ohio State student weight room a few times during winter break of 1993. The old … [continue reading]

Blunder: Why Smart People Make Bad Decisions

A great quick read.

Blunder: Why Smart People Make Bad Decisions
Blunder: Why Smart People Make Bad Decisions by Zachary Shoreis is both a history and a psychology book. Chapters are broken down by cognition traps and a historical example. Great stuff.

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This Time Is Different – Eight Centuries of Financial Folly

I love reading financial history and analysis. If you dig through the site archives, you will find reviews to many books that would bore most individuals. Not me. I love the stuff. So when John Mauldin recently praised a book … [continue reading]