I’ve Only Watched the Trailer, but I’m convinced that Boogie will be the best movie of 2021

I recently watched the trailer for the movie Boogie and I’m already convinced that this will be the highest impact movie from 2021.

Read the twitter thread or compiled thread on threaderapp. Those versions have more pictures embedded.

  1. I think this a movie that will be very popular in both the Black and Asian communities.
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Best Books I Read in 2020

Best Books I Read in 2020

In 2020, society experienced a lot of change in a short amount of time. A combination of the Coronavirus, political unrest and social issues caused many of us to rethink our perception of reality. Most of the books I read in 2020 were related to understanding how to act in a fast-changing world and understanding how other humans act in such situations.

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Best Books I Read during Quarantine

Summaries, key takeaways and reviews of the best books I read during quarantine.

Originally a twitter thread.

Summaries, key takeaways and reviews of the best books I read during quarantine

A thread:

Full notes here:
https://blog.tomiwa.ca/tag/books/

#TomiwaBooks

Chaos Monkeys by @antoniogm 

The experiences of someone who had front row seat to the 3 most important institutions in modern capitalism

– Wall Street (Trader at Goldman Sachs)
– Startups (founder at Ycombinator company)
– Tech (Product Manager at Facebook)

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Tesla: The Solar City Acquisition

Excited to share that I’m officially a published author of an Ivey Business School Case.

I wrote a case with the help of Professor Frank Li on Elon Musk and Tesla’s acquisition of Solar City.

The story of how this happened is quite interesting.

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The Attention Merchants Book Notes: The history and business of trading Human Attention

The history and business of trading Human Attention

The Attention Merchants by Tim Wu is about the history and business of how people trade human attention. Human attention is arguably the most precious commodity in modern history, so this book studies the different ways this valuable asset has been acquired and used over the years.

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If you’re reading this, you’re probably not racist, but you might be complicit in racism.

If you’re reading this, you’re probably not racist. But you might be complicit in racism.

I’m not saying this to judge anyone because:

  1. I myself have been complicit in racism before so I don’t want to be a hypocrite. (hence why I deleted my old tweets, you live and you learn)
  2. Nagging, lecturing and virtue signalling people rarely gets them to change their behavior
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