School aims to give biracial kids a place to ‘be themselves’: “‘Our children needed to learn both languages because of their two different heritages. They had to be themselves.’”
A subject dear to my heart. Kids of mixed-race origin are “double”, not “half”.
Limiter le pouvoir des algorithmes | InternetActu: Surveiller les algorithmes ne suffira pas. Il va bien falloir imaginer les encadrer. Deux des chercheurs du sujet ont récemment fait des propositions en ce sens : Albert-László Barabási et Kate Crawford.”
With big data comes big responsibilities. (Marvel pun)
How To-Do Lists Give Us a False Sense of Accomplishment: “List-making and to-do lists are a great way to keep track of what you have going on in your day, but over at the Wall Street Journal, Dan Ariely suggests that they’re not as useful as some of us might think.”
Yep. One of the biggest drain on productivity.
But this is only the symptom. So, do not get rid of those to-do lists yet.
Think hard about why you don’t want to do the work in those lists. Act on the outcome of that thinking.
Christine Lagarde on the World Economy and the IMF’s Future – HBR IdeaCast – Harvard Business Review: “The managing director of the International Monetary Fund talks with HBR editor in chief Adi Ignatius.”
Leadership in action. Worth Listening.