- college, free_course, high_school, homeschool, mooc, online_course
- Web schools are increasingly open, free, varied, and effective.
This is a list of online schools and MOOCs that are not "fenced" up
virtually and open to all of us. It's now up to us to find courses
suitable to us, organize them, and spend time studying the
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This Web list collects web sites that provide open and free learning resources. Preferably, these sites should allow users to view courses without signing in.
- austrian_economic, college, economic, free_market, history, murray_rothbard
- History is not what we are taught. Here is a book that will turn
everything you learn about economic thoughts on its head. It all
did start with the Greeks, but Chinese, Catholics, Spanish
Scholastics, medieval Europeans, the modern nation states all
witnessed the ebb and flow of ideas about economic freedom -
clearly it was no one-way progress. Adam Smith paved the way for
Marxism. There is more startlingly detailed and extensive
discussion about what went through the ancient minds.
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To read a comprehensive, original, revealing, detailed, and well-argued discussion about economic thinking from ancient Greece to the 20th century.
- college, critical_thinking, high_school, logic, philosophy
- "Are you confident you can reason clearly? Are you able to
convince others of your point of view? Are you able to give
plausible reasons for believing what you believe? Do you sometimes
read arguments in the newspapers, hear them on the television, or
in the pub and wish you knew how to confidently evaluate
The audio does fade in and out.
- EnglishBy Rothy2016-10-02• 49 Views0 Like0 Dislike3 Subscribers
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In Marrianne Talbot's six-part course, "you will learn all about arguments, how to identify them, how to evaluate them, and how not to mistake bad arguments for good."
- children, college, education, high_school, success
- High school is a safe time to let children take risk, fail,
learn, and grow strength of character - or grit. Protective parents
can hurt the child, who may acquire a mentality of entitlement and
not the mental muscles to recover from a fall. This Web list is
inspired by Jennifer Meer's article "My parents let me fail,
which taught me how to live" and Salman Khan's view.
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- Why will Salman Khan not tell his son he's smart?
- Why did Jennifer Meer's parents let her fail, and how did she benefit?
- Why should you let your children take risk, fail, and learn the consequence?
- What if you over-protect?
- business, career, cosmetic, diy, fun, makeup, style
- Michelle Phan combines versatile makeup techniques and a genuine
personal tone to make her the indisputable Youtube celebrity of
cosmetics. Here is a list of videos of her diverse looks and tips,
inspiring interviews, and social network pages.
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- What does Michelle Phan look like ... err ... want to look like?
- How did she overcome career obstacles and start her online presence?
- What did she do to succeed as a beauty, entrepreneur, teacher, celebrity?
- Where are her social media pages?
- about.com, career, psychology_test, quiz
- Take these 87 quizzes from About.com to find out whether you are
right for the careers of an animal trainer, performance artist,
audio engineer, conservationist, dentist, paramedic, computer
hardware engineer, forensic scientist, lab technician, management
consultant, or more.
- EnglishBy Cloud_92014-09-19• 1,141 Views0 Like0 Dislike1 Subscriber
- List career-related quizzes from About.com,
- To learn whether user fits into these careers.
- austrian_economic, broken_window_fallacy, college, economic, henry_hazlitt
- Economics in One Lesson is an introduction to free market
economics written by Henry Hazlitt and first published in 1946. It
is based on Frédéric Bastiat's essay Ce qu'on voit et ce qu'on ne
voit pas (English: "What is Seen and What is Not Seen").
- EnglishBy Rothy2013-06-16• 691 Views2 Likes0 Dislike3 Subscribers
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To introduce Henry Hazlitt's classic on the unseen, hidden, ignored, overlooked truths and costs about economic issues. To provide readers with different editions (1952, 1982, and a version with an additional chapter), and various media (PDF, HTML, physical copy to purchase, and partial audio/video files).
- college, free_course, homeschool
- Udacity offers 36 college-level, free, online courses, and
attracts hundreds of thousands of students worldwide. Still
essentially a computer science learning site, it has expanded to
business, design, math, and sciences. It uses short videos,
practices, problem sets, and assignments. Students may obtain a
certificate, and may opt to pay for credit.
- EnglishBy chaiseri2013-09-05• 766 Views0 Like0 Dislike1 Subscriber
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This course aims to:
- Introduce Udacity's high-quality course choices (still mostly in Computer Science),
- Focus on a few courses as examples.
- career, creativity, fun, personal_improvement, personality, self-help
- Here are tips for boosting your creativity - from common sense
tips like following your dreams to being curious, to practical
advices such as daily creation, having tools ready, draw time
sketches and mind maps, to less expected ideas like limiting your
options, genre jump, becoming trilingual, and planning backwards.
LifeHack.org's large volume of ideas will surely contain new and
useful ones for you.
- EnglishBy Cloud_92015-01-01• 583 Views0 Like0 Dislike1 Subscriber
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- How can I boost my creativity?
- What do creative people do that I can emulate?
- What are the ways to remove creativity blockades for me?
- Show me some fun and creative ideas.
- career, college, health, high_school, job
- Chemical engineers have the higest median life-time earning, but
economic majors who are at the top percentile do even better,
according to the Hamilton Project. Check out your earnings
potential at their interactive chart. in contrast, the Bureau of
Labor statistics says the top earners are surgeons and other
medical professionals associated with lengthy training and
licensing restrictions. Both, of course, did not mention
- EnglishBy degree62014-11-06• 719 Views0 Like0 Dislike4 Subscribers
- Who have the top paying jobs according to the Hamilton Project?
- How do the engineering and economic majors differ in their median incomes, vs their top-percentile incomes?
- Where can I find specific data and chart on income levels for other education levels and specializations?
- Who are the top earners according to the Bureau of Labor statistics?
- austrian_economic, business, college, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, startup
- Austrian economists understand that monopoly is moral when based
on innovation, which can be swept away by the next innovator. But
monopolies become immoral and infinitely sustainable when
governments get involved - through supportive laws, regulations,
and funding. Peter Thiel suggests we should aim for innovative
monopolies that not only create great value but also capture it. To
avoid political envy, the monopoly can be camouflaged by investing
in diverse products, like Google.
- EnglishBy Rothy2014-12-11• 582 Views0 Like0 Dislike1 Subscriber
- What kind of startup should we build?
- How are the airlines different from Google?
- How do economists view monopoly?
- How do Americans mythologize monopoly?
- How are we confused about monopoly?
- How is Google a monopoly?
- How does Google not appear as a monopoly?