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How a Missing Comma Cost a Company $5 Million

How a Missing Comma Cost a Company $5 Million

This video was made possible by Brilliant. Learn something new everyday for 20% off by being one of the first 200 to sign up at Brilliant.org/HAI. Welcome to Sesame Street, or whatever. Today’s lesson is that if you don’t got a good grammar, don’t be writing legal documentations because these require specificionment. Exhibit A: Title …

Elon Musk’s Basic Economics

Elon Musk’s Basic Economics

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The Secret Protocol for When the Queen Dies

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The Tiny Building Where 285,000 Businesses are Based

The Tiny Building Where 285,000 Businesses are Based

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The Rise of 20-Hour Long Flights

The Rise of 20-Hour Long Flights

This video was made possible by Squarespace. Build your website for 10% at squarespace.com/Wendover. 17 years ago, an aviation frontier was broken. Just before noon on March 1, 2001 a Continental Airlines 777 lifted off from frosty Newark Airport across the river from New York City. It tracked north over the US, then Canada, then …