The Washington Post has a A how-to guide from the ultra-rich: What to tell your kids about money post. Useful for all children to learn little about what is in their parents’ mind wealth !
The Washington Post reporter Merissa Pyne has a news report Trouble at the top of the world: Everest climbers complain of theft of oxygen bottles. Very interesting!
To-day Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave a commencement address to the 2017 class Harvard University from where he was dropped out from about 10 years before. His address was very personal as well as inspirational with a message to the Millennial generation “to keep our society moving forward, we have a generational challenge — to not only create new jobs, but create a renewed sense of purpose.”
As we like & use free media tools for our ease & convenience, we leave behind our electronic foot prints. Google develops lot of free media tools. There is a report Google now knows when its users go to the store and buy stuff, but is it surprising? The tech companies who offer free tools are not charities and they have to pay their bills too. We should know better!
This week is amazon.com‘s 20th anniversary. Andrew Ross Sarkin’s has an interesting post 20 Years On, Amazon and Jeff Bezos Prove Naysayers Wrong. ∞
This Use It Or Lose It: The Science Behind Self-Confidence article in Forbes is interesting. It explains why some us take less risks and have less self-confidence?. Author Margie Warrell suggests some strategies to improve our self-confidence.
A very interesting book entitled An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take It Back by Elizabeth Rosenthal from Kaiser Health News. This is very interesting book and has already The New York Times best seller.