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The Weekly Cue #14

Hi all! This is The Weekly Cue from a medical student for the curious and eager to learn. A newslette
The Weekly Cue
The Weekly Cue #14
By Martin Verbic • Issue #14 • View online
Hi all!
This is The Weekly Cue from a medical student for the curious and eager to learn. A newsletter with resources from the world of medicine, thinking, learning and success that resonated with me.
The number of subscribers is slowly growing. Some because The Weekly Cue was published on InboxStash (click here to upvote and see what this is about) and some because a few of my tweets reached thousands of people. Anyway, I’m excited!
Enjoy!
Martin

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My latest article that was published in a Medium publication (Mind Cafe again). If you haven’t read it on my site, now is the time to do to on Medium.
Love it or hate it, technology is entering medicine with amazing speed. And this video by Financial Times captures 5 of the most revolutionary approaches that are made available by technology and are happening today.
I rarely share a podcast in this newsletter, even though I listen to a few of them. This one with Edward Norton was awesome. If you haven’t yet heard of him you probably saw him in Fight Club. And he’s got a new movie out that he wrote, directed and starred in - Motherless Brooklyn (which sounds incredible by the way). It’s worth listening just because of this.
This is something I “realised” even before reading this article. Every time I start my day behind the computer or reading on my phone, I’m not who I am if I don’t. I feel worse. In contrast it’s much better if I leave everything and ignore the internet (and technology) and pick up a book. So, I guess the article speaks the truth.
Having finished Richard Branson’s autobiography I found myself switching back to Kindle and realising I have nothing else to read. So I went hunting for new books. I started reading a few I though I’d like but ended up refunding them, because I didn’t see the value. And then I came along “Why We Sleep” and now I can’t sleep, because it’s so fascinating.
And just as the author, I strongly implore you to listen to this gem: Go The F**k to Sleep, narrated by Samuel L. Jackson - trust me, it will make your day.
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