Disclaimer: Learning in Public
I consider this as my space (or rather my lifelog and digital playground) on the internet where I can work on and develop ideas, reflect, and be creative. Opinions expressed here are solely my own. Of course, I try to be correct and write what I believe to be true. However, I am aware that sometimes I will be wrong or my point of view will be incomplete (I try to take this consideration by providing an epistemic status for each post, i.e. rating how confident I am regarding the content).
Personally, I value discussing different point of views, extending my own understanding of things or simply learning what I did not take into consideration. In this vein, please don’t hesitate to let me know what you think or help me understand what I missed!
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In an attempt to increase my (perceived) accountability and accordingly my reading progress, I hereby start to document what I am currently reading. Ideally, I will summarize suitable books after I have finished them (I plan to start with the book by Timur Kuran). 0% Timur Kuran – Private Truths, Public Lies: The Social Consequences of Preference Falsification 25% Reeves Wiedemann – Billion Dollar Loser: The Epic Rise and Spectacular Fall of Adam Neumann and WeWork