Happy weekend! Here are some links to things I've been reading that you might also enjoy:
1. Marc Andreessen's reply to my Twitter question, "Is there an obscure thinker who you read religiously or whose entire body of work you've read? If so, who are they?"
2. 'Context is that which is scarce', Tyler Cowen nails it.
3. 'We'd Better Watch Out', Robert Solow's 1987 review of Manufacturing Matters, in which he famously quipped that, "You can see the computer age everywhere but in the productivity statistics."
4. 'A problem in theory', a 2019 paper by Michael Muthukrishna and former guest of the pod Joe Henrich on why dual inheritance theory should be used as an overarching framework for psychology and behavioural sciences.
Have a great weekend,