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Thursday links: next gen investors

MarketsTrend following in 2018...ugh. (mrzepczynski.blogspot.com)Why the 10-year Treasury yield is 3% and not 4%. (blog.yardeni.com)StrategyMake sure you are not taking uncompensated risks when investing. (blog.validea.com)Home bias is a sneaky one. (globalinvestmentstrategy.wordpress.com)SupportStay up-to-date with all of our posts: sign-up for our daily e-mail. (abnormalreturns.com)Love Abnormal Returns? Then like (and follow) us on...

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우리의 다음 여정

우리의 다음 여정 By Hiro Yoshikawa, CEO and co-founder, Treasure Data 오늘 트레저데이터(Treasure Data)의 우리 모두는 칩셋 기술과 IoT 서비스의 글로벌 리더인 Arm 에 인수되면서 우리 역사의 새로운 단계 로 나아갑니다. Arm 의 한 부문으로서 강력한 투자를 받을 것이기 때문에 가능한 일입니다. 여러분은 이 글 에서 인수에 대한 여러 자세한...

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Indie iOS Focus Weekly - Issue 183 - Aug 2nd 2018

Comment Welcome! Seems like the week flew by for me. We are now the proud owners of a Beagle puppy. We got him a couple weeks ago and I haven't slept well since. My previously structured sleep pattern is out the window with a 13-week old dog around! We are adjusting, but it's been hard to get much of anything done. Anyway, that's what's going on in my world. If there is any dog urine or feces on this newsletter, don't tell me I didn't...

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OSHA’s Rollback of the Recordkeeping Rule

OSHA proposed last week to roll back parts of the “Electronic Recordkeeping” regulation that the Obama administration issued in 2016. The rule would have required certain employers to electronically send worker injury and illness information into OSHA. OSHA then intended to publicize the (non-confidential) information on its website. In a somewhat amusing, but Orwellian press release, OSHA portrays the rollback as an effort to...

Building community via the speaker community

I recently participated in the Oracle Developer Community Yatra tour throughout India. It is a hectic event with 7 cities covered in a mere 9 days, so you can imagine how frantic the pace was. A typical day would be: 7am – breakfast 8am – check out of hotel and leave for the venue 9am – speak all day, host Q&A 6pm – leave straight from venue to the airport 8pm – dinner at airport, and fly to next city 1am – get to next...