Repeat: Stating The Obvious 0241 – Book Discussion: Marissa Mayer and The Fight To Save Yahoo! – part 1
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In celebration of women in STEM.
And because I’m busy as fuck because I have a job. Unlike Dave Cullen.
Maddox says the Broken Window Fallacy is a fallacy. World War II was a good thing because Maddox got a microwave oven out of the deal.
Statists Shaming. It works. I shame a left-wing statists who believes in global warming into picking up the cigarette butt she threw on the ground in a public garden.
I was a virgintow before virgintow was cool.
Stop telling your children they have talent. They don’t. No I don’t want to listen to your kids singing.
A well thought out thesis on what it means for a woman to hit the wall.
Barking dogs and lawn mowers.
Discussion of the book Marissa Mayer and The Fight To Save Yahoo! by Nicholas Carlson.
I read and respond to some stuff from this book. It’s well written and very interesting if you like books about this sort of subject matter. I recommend you read this. I will talk about it more in the next episode of Stating The Obvious.
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