人学经济 and books 20180113

作者为 Kindle阅读者 2018-01-12

重要提醒:在每周按时分享人学经济杂志和最新原版书籍的同时,也希望诸位关注者向你的朋友或圈子推荐这个账号,帮忙转发账号的文章,举手之劳也帮我一个忙,谢谢。本周通过回复

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获得本周人学经济杂志的网盘下载链接,回复TE可点播杂志音频。


先说一下两件事。

第一个事情是我再次被投诉了,这次的理由是我有诱导关注者点广告,惩罚是把我的广告流量主功能封禁到月底。郁闷之余,想想也还挺打脸,我这一篇文章也就2000的阅读量,点广告也就100人左右,点击量少的可怜,就这还被冠以诱导的说法,我这诱导的也够失败的,投诉者和腾讯也真是高看我了。最后喊一句,投诉者 Go To Hell。事情完结。

第二个事情是说一下The Economist的封面,其实每期的杂志有八个版本,什么非洲版,亚太版,中东版,北美版,欧洲版等等,各个版本的内容都是一样的,唯一不同的就是封面,虽然大多数情况下封面一致,但还是会出现亚太版和北美版封面不一样的情况。比如这周的,北美和大多数版本的封面是题图这个川普的,但亚太版封面就是关于印度中产阶级的。我这里提供的一般都是北美版,所以如果你看到有跟我不一样封面的不要疑惑,只是封面不同,内容都是一样的。


本期杂志给川普做了一个年终总结,过去一年的杂志有将近十期的封面跟川普有关,虽然里面文章都一致的充满的质疑,但这样的关注度是不是也算一种爱之深,责之切呢。对了,本期书籍推荐里面还专门介绍了Fire and Fury这本川普的黑材料,非要一黑到底。不过总体看来去年川普的执政成绩还是不错的,以观后效吧。本期的中国部分关注了寻根热点,竟然以刘强东之前发布的寻祖微博开篇,有兴趣可以关注下。


本周有两本关于创新的书,觉得有点好玩,选了亚马逊上评价较多的一本分享出来。这本The Runaway Species用大幅篇幅来阐述一个观点:creativity is never the creation of something from nothing. Instead ,consciously or not ,people refashion things。 你同意吗。说句题外话,今天正好看另外一本书也说了一句跟创新有关的话,也分享给大家:innovation and creativity are greatist when we are not at our best, at least with respect to our circadian rhythms。


最后问一句,腾讯&投诉者,我能诱导我的关注者赞赏或者识别文末二维码吗?


The Runaway Species

TEBK1802

by Anthony Brandt

Hardcover: 304 pages

  • Publisher: Catapult (October 10, 2017)


“The authors look at art and science together to examine how innovations―from Picasso’s initially offensive paintings to Steve Jobs’s startling iPhone―build on what already exists and rely on three brain operations: bending, breaking and blending. This manifesto of sorts shows how both disciplines foster creativity.” ―The Wall Street Journal

"Which inventions have had the most impact―and why? What can they teach us about game-changing innovation? And how will science and technology revolutionize our lives next? The rest of The Runaway Species sheds light on these issues … bolstered by delightful visuals." ―Harvard Business Review

"A lively exploration of the software our brains run in search of the mother lode of invention… The Runaway Species is beautifully produced, illustrated and written. It sweeps the reader through examples from engineering, science, product design, music and the visual arts to trace the roots of creative thinking to three key mental skills: bending, breaking and blending.” ―Nature

"With the pleasing pace of an extended essay, the book offers surprises and insights at every turn, and the authors argue convincingly that basic strategies inform most creative behavior. . . . Essential―and highly pleasurable―reading for anyone who cares about ideas and innovation." ―Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

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