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Finding Solid Information

Ever find an eye-opening new source of information? Not technical information, like javadocs (are they still a thing?), but personal growth information.

in the old days, we had technical sources like slashdot, freshmeat, digg  etc.. but, times have gone on, and now we have other places we can read regularly to keep up… here are some links and reasons why I love them:

Web Sites
https://www.reddit.com/r/programming/ – Lots of technical stuff.  New, updated code, procedures, standards, etc.

www.reddit.com/r/startups – I have a great deal of passion around new companies and people getting up, killing it and dragging it home.

https://techcrunch.com/ – Tech Crunch is great for big industry news, and a nice place to find information on up and comers

https://news.ycombinator.com/ – Hacker News – Great place for anything tech related, up and coming

Podcasts

Civics 101 – Not tech, but, crazy informative and a must listen for any US citizen and anyone who wants to learn how the US works.

http://www.npr.org/podcasts/512508710/civics-101

Science Friday – Cause, Science

https://www.sciencefriday.com/listen/

Source Code Podcast – This is new for me, and fantastic:

Podcast

 

What am I missing out on?!

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1 Comment

  1. always timely relevant posts, Chris–keep up the awesome work man

    I’ve been digging in on This Week in Startups aka ‘TWiST’ (Jason Calacanis) as of late and have taken away some great insights on emerging tech/startups/trends…some good just lifehacks and leadership guidance as well

    http://thisweekinstartups.com/

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