August 21, 2014

Farnam Street Blog

Some months back Mint newspaper introduced me to in an article. The article talked about quality content on internet. After being on this blog every other day for last few months and trying to absorb the content, I almost feel compelled to share this with friends.

It reminded me of the days of how Wikipedia would be a site that we would access first in free time, and then how we moved on to facebook and left everything behind including free time.

Now Farnam Street Blog holds on to me during those free time breaks. I won't comment on what's in there - check it out, and if you like it, check it out again.


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