First Ever Blog – UCanCrate a subscription box of motivation


Like my others, I’ve hit a point in my life where it’s dawned on me that I don’t want to work for the same miserable CEO who earns a packet off screwing other people for the rest of my life. I’m pretty certain there are people reading this right now grimly nodding.

So, I’m surveying and blogging for a business idea. The business idea isn’t new, but it’s an innovation on something that already exists. Think birdbox for girlbosses. A box with a punch of motivation when you need it most (the first Monday of each month).

So, I’m creating a blog of my journey and I’d love it if you could take a look and provide feedback.


submitted by Nevin Manimala Nevin Manimala /u/Rear-Of-The-Year
[link] [comments]

Former Government Statistical Agency Heads Call for Better Use of Data in Policymaking

Washington, D.C.– The Bipartisan Policy Center today released a letter signed by 36 former leaders in the U.S. Federal Statistical System calling on Congress and the Trump administration to improve how data are used in policymaking, which will result in more effective federal programs for the American public.

Signatories to the letter include seven former Census Bureau directors, seven former Bureau of Labor Statistics commissioners, four former Energy Information Administration administrators, and two former chief statisticians of the United States.


submitted by Nevin Manimala Nevin Manimala /u/nhartBPC
[link] [comments]

What I would do for a time machine!


Aston Martin’s

Came across the used section from a 1969 edition of Autocar. Granted with inflation £2500 was a fair amount in 1969 but still… Some of the bargains up for grabs makes you wish you could go back and snatch them up.

submitted by Nevin Manimala Nevin Manimala /u/fsflight
[link] [comments]

Where to find resources on mathematical puzzles like this?

1) 6-sided die (sides: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), roll and win $x depending on the side facing up. How much are you willing to pay to play this game?

2) If we play a game in which Player 1 picks a number 1-11, and then player 2 can add 1-11 to that (i.e. player 1 picks 5, player 2 can add to make it 6-16), what is the strategy to win this game if Player 1 wants to make 60?

Looking for a collection of similar questions or significantly challenging ones relative to these.

submitted by Nevin Manimala Nevin Manimala /u/letsgobaby
[link] [comments]