Scott H Young

Friday Links 09-05-01

From Twitter

Caving to peer pressure, I decided to give Twitter a try. I’ve been using the service for over a week, and I’ve been pleasantly surprised. I only post 2-3 times per week to this blog, so any ideas that aren’t large enough to justify a 1000-word article simply aren’t published. Twitter helps fill that gap.

You can follow me as ScottHYoung.

From the Web

You Can’t Please Everyone – Just in case you thought you were the only person who has ever been criticized. (Hat Tip: Tim Ferriss)

Succeed… Or Else! – Tagline: “The key to success? Punishment.

From the Archives

You Can’t Always Separate Wins from Losses -Double your success rate by doubling your failure rate.

From the Shelf

The Botany of Desire – Michael Pollan shares the story of a relationship between humankind and plants. Although people tend to see themselves as the active force in domesticating apples, flowers and food, Pollan offers another perspective: that the plants are shaping us.

Coincidentally, I read the chapter on cannabis on the evening of 4/20. My part in the celebration, I suppose.

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3 Responses to “Friday Links 09-05-01”

  1. zenez says:

    Scott, time to read John Tylor Gatto on Open Ed.

  2. Spencer says:

    Scott — I always enjoy your articles and decide to follow you on See you there.

  3. John says:

    Way to join the rest of the world on Twitter. I know you’re new to it, but you are supposed to actually follow other people though (that’s kind of the idea).

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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