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Moore’s Law for everything: by Sam Altman. “A great future isn’t complicated: we need technology to create more wealth, and policy to fairly distribute it. Everything necessary will be cheap, and everyone will have enough money to be able to afford it. As this system will be enormously popular, policymakers who embrace it early will be rewarded: they will themselves become enormously popular.”

How Being More Productive Starts With Doing Nothing: from WSJ. “It’s gotten harder to create mental breaks as work and home have blurred…Even brief timeouts help the brain reinforce long-term learning and productivity.”

Richard Epstein: “Even the failure and disintegration of socialism in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union has not led to a clear response to the next question: if government ownership of the means of production is so bad, why is government regulation of the private means of production so good?”

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