Playing the Game of Life

In the third installment of audiobooks on 2x speed, I would like to introduce you to "The Biggest Bluff" by Maria Konnikova. Not your typical poker player, Maria Konnikova is a Russian-American psychologist who took on poker as a social experiment and went on to become a national poker champion, winning over $300,000 in live… Continue reading Playing the Game of Life

Linguistic Inquiry into Political Candidacy

Long time no post! I've been busy with school but definitely want to get back into writing. There are currently a few drafts in the works that should be coming soon. Stay tuned. Okay, back to the post... SO, I was recently researching something for a school assignment and stumbled across this article from Scientific… Continue reading Linguistic Inquiry into Political Candidacy

A Study in Deduction

No, I'm not talking about the action of subtraction as in a tax deduction... BORING. I'm talking about the art of observation, a process of reasoning from premises to a conclusion, from ignorance to knowledge and understanding. What do the popular genres of thriller, crime, and legal dramas all have in common? They use suspense… Continue reading A Study in Deduction