Newsletter by Aquiles Carattino

By Aquiles Carattino

Physicist, Entrepreneur, and everything in between. I share my thoughts on science, entrepreneurship, and everything in between.

Physicist, Entrepreneur, and everything in between. I share my thoughts on science, entrepreneurship, and everything in between.

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What does the creation of Altos Labs mean

Altos Labs started after a scientific conference hosted at the US home of an Israeli venture capitalist (in California, nonetheless). The conference revolved around the topic of cell reprogramming to make people younger. A bit over a year later, these ideas m…

 
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Words in books are like the DNA that describes our ancient history

There are two types of history, the one we remember and the one we don't. Many people remember the glorious times when gods inhabited the planet. Some were compassionate, and some were as fallible and self-centered as many modern celebrities. In some parts of…

 
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Reflections on data collection and this week's finds

From around the web

 
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Week 14/2021 Finds - Aquiles Newsletter

Let's start with a great write up of the story of a hacker who went from criminal to single-handedly defeating one of the worst cyber attacks the world has seen.

 
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Overcoming failures - Aquiles Newsletter

Some links from the Archive

 
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Week 13/2021 finds

The Weight of the Air – Creatures of ThoughtThis is a super interesting read of the progress of an idea. From the aristotelic horror vacui to measuring atmospheric pressure. It is the history of technological progress built on scientific knowledge: how come t…

 
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My thoughts on "How to Take Smart Notes" by Sönke Ahrens

How to Take Smart Notes became the *de-facto* source of truth to understand and practice the Luhmann method of note-taking. The book focuses on the academic writing done by students, not by professionals. The main difference is that students have shorter-term…