Scott H Young

Friday Links 07-11-23


From the Web

A few recent articles I’ve done:

Restarting the Exercise Habit (Lifehack.org)

7 Lesser Known Ways to Increase Productivity (Pick The Brain)

Finding the Hidden Bias in a Test (Lifehack.org)

Why Aiming for an A is Better Than an A+ (Lifehack.org)

From the Archives

Ten Minutes to a Better Tomorrow – Daily reviews.

From the Shelf

Fight Club – You’ve probably seen or heard of the movie Fight Club, this is the book. It follows the story of the unnamed narrator and his friend, the dominant and charismatic, Tyler Durden. The two start a fight club as a means to create a new masculine identity and find peace within an increasingly consumer based society. The book was very similar to the movie, and struck upon the same themes. Best of all it’s a short novel that is fast paced.

There are obvious flaws in the philosophy of Fight Club (and things don’t turn out too well for the characters, either). However, I enjoy reading about different perspectives on living as it forms the mozaic of my own viewpoint.


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2 Responses to “Friday Links 07-11-23”

  1. What are the flaws in Fight Club?

  2. Scott Young says:

    As a book none. As a philosophy, perhaps it’s best to avoid cults that end up blowing up buildings.

Debate is fine, flaming is not. Pretend that this comment form is a discussion taking place in my house. That means I enjoy constructive criticism and polite suggestions. Personal attacks, insults and all-purpose nastiness will be removed especially if it is directed at other readers.

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