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Random links which I haven't interned anywhere better yet

You've got to prioritize things better. Don't start things out of order, evaluate in Todo lots first [[productivity]]

[2020-05-07] ">Amy "Social Distancing" Hoy on Twitter: "31. browser makers are asleep at the wheel. it’s 2019 and all major browsers give you in terms of your browsing history is a flat list, which a large fraction of the titles just saying “google” or whatever because they didn’t update the record when the redirect finished" / Twitter

31. browser makers are asleep at the wheel. it’s 2019 and all major browsers give you in terms of your browsing history is a flat list, which a large fraction of the titles just saying “google” or whatever because they didn’t update the record when the redirect finished

actually practicing quicker typing is quite important; i'll be able to write down more [[productivity]] [[typing]]

The top-five-problems method – Richard Hamming’s algorithm for doing important work. Periodically ask yourself: “what are the top five most important problems in my field (and life), and why am I not working on them?”

Mental models
in context

hmm maybe dedicate one day per week when I will do something actionable about every item on scheduled todolist [[productivity]]

[2020-10-26] FOSS and Crafts [[tolisten]]

[2020-10-27] ">Brian Skinner on Twitter: "Just had a great conversation with the podcast team (@BrandiWooten17 and Roland Valdes Aguilar) for the Center of Emergent Materials at @OSUPhysics. https://t.co/uRFtdu5B9K My favorite part is the discussion of imposter syndrome, starting at 30:00." / Twitter [[tolisten]]

Just had a great conversation with the podcast team (@BrandiWooten17
 and Roland Valdes Aguilar) for the Center of Emergent Materials at @OSUPhysics
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[2020-11-03] Sustain podcast [[tolisten]]

[2020-10-07] There's a documentary on Netflix "Human Nature" that discusses the history of CR… | Hacker News [[towatch]]

There's a documentary on Netflix "Human Nature" that discusses the history of CRISPR and features interviews with both Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna.

[2019-08-17] Andy Matuschak on Twitter: "🗣🎙 I had a wonderful time discussing technologies for thought on this week's EconTalk: https://t.co/Clgzx7uAJR @econtalker's even-handed analytical style has made this my favorite podcast for years, but of course he's also an experienced educator. A great combo for this topic!" / Twitter [[towatch]]

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[2019-08-17] Andy Matuschak on Books and Learning - Econlib

http://www.econtalk.org/andy-matuschak-on-books-and-learning/

nice and wholesome people [[exobrain]]

In its mathematics it is quite unlike any of Dirac’s later works (for example, he brings in fine differences between rational and irrational numbers), and “pre-invents” techniques developed by other people only decades later. (I say pre-invents because the paper was forgotten until recently.) [[biography]]

TODO
Paul Dirac: the purest soul in physics – Physics World
in context

[2020-02-28] The war on food waste is a waste of time [[environment]]

https://theoutline.com/post/8739/food-waste-fight-waste-of-time

[2019-12-02] Paul Dirac [[biography]]

Dirac's writing was famous for its clarity and simplicity. When Niels Bohr was writing a scientific paper - with many hesitations and redraftings, as was his custom, Bohr stopped: "I do not know how to finish this sentence."
Dirac replied: "I was taught at school that you should never start a sentence without knowing the end

[2020-10-07] The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2020: Genetic Scissors | Hacker News [[tolisten]]

I've heard a number of interviews/podcasts with Jennifer 'The Dude' Doudna about CRISPR/Cas9 over the years.
Usually a great listen, she's pretty funny and from all indications has that great combo of taking her work seriously but not herself.

[2019-10-27] Peep Show - The Most Realistic Portrayal of Evil I've Ever Seen /r/slatestarcodex

excellent essay

[2020-05-28] Tools for Better Thinking | Hacker News [[thinking]]

[2020-11-26] Nyxt [[emacs]]

like 'emacs for the web?

[2020-01-13] herrbischoff/awesome-command-line-apps: Use your terminal shell to do awesome things. https://github.com/herrbischoff/awesome-command-line-apps [[cli]]

go through every bit of code and make quick blog posts off them?? maybe even literate [[literate]] [[toexobrain]] [[toblog]]

Tweet from @worldbrain

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@worldbrain: @karlicoss @hypothes_is thanks @karlicoss for the kind words.
Good news: We are currently planning an interoperable annotation network between @hypothes_is @factmata and Memex. Built on StorexHub https://t.co/MnVbNYFvht
That may be interesting for you too @joshm?
Let's have a chat sometimes?

[2019-12-30] Tobi Lutke 🌳🌲🛒🕹 on Twitter: "For creative work, you can't cheat. My believe is that there are 5 creative hours in everyone's day. All I ask of people at Shopify is that 4 of those are channeled into the company." / Twitter

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That's fine. We are not moist robots

[2021-02-06] atlas-engineer/nyxt: Nyxt - the internet on your terms. [[malleable]]

[2021-02-08] Erik Wernquist’s Videos on Vimeo [[towatch]] [[space]]

[2021-02-13] ">beka valentine on Twitter: "your union should be asking the question "How do we build the seeds of Fully Automated Queer Luxury Space Anarchism in the present?" and then actually trying to do that. not just in terms of worker power, which is an immaterial thing, but real building, material output" / Twitter

your union should be asking the question "How do we build the seeds of Fully Automated Queer Luxury Space Anarchism in the present?"
and then actually trying to do that. not just in terms of ~worker power~, which is an immaterial thing, but real building, material output

Tweet from @pavelbazant

> what software made you gasp with amazement and excitement when you first saw it?
@pavel_bazant: Myst and Riven. They changed my life. twitter.com/redmonk/status/136...

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[2021-03-02] I have an OpenBCI headset that I have been messing with. Signal is definitely n… | Hacker News [[bci]]

I have an OpenBCI headset that I have been messing with. Signal is definitely noisy, but they've been able to get a degree of mind control working, like flying little helicopters.

[2021-01-26] Gephi - The Open Graph Viz Platform [[dataviz]]

[2021-03-20] I don't care about cookies | Hacker News [[privacy]]

Or, if you already use uBlock Origin and would rather use its performant, customizable, extensible filtering capabilities instead of adding (and trusting!) yet another addon, just check the "EasyList Cookie" list in your Filter List  s

[2020-08-20] Who to ignore – bullshit filters [[media]]

https://ernest.oppet.it/2020/08/14/who-to-ignore/

[2020-03-26] EMDR Therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/emdr-what-is-it#1

try it off youtube?

[2019-12-29] LOOPY: a tool for thinking in systems [[systems]]

[2020-02-16] VGraupera/1on1-questions: Mega list of 1 on 1 meeting questions compiled from a variety to sources

Tweet from Liz Voeller (@voeliz), at Dec 4, 03:50 [[climate]]

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What can a building technologist do about climate change?
Questions to explore 🌇

[2019-12-20] tilde news

huh, they have tags

[2020-03-08] (2) Ian Calvert on Twitter: "If you work with data and don't already have @visidata, you want to check it out. Even just for basic features it's fantastic - "quick give me a count of X where condition Y, now let's have a look at those rows, and now save that as a file for loading elsewhere" for example https://t.co/VGQjeqhW9i" / Twitter [[hpi]] [[viz]]

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If you work with data and don't already have @visidata
, you want to check it out. Even just for basic features it's fantastic - "quick give me a count of X where condition Y, now let's have a look at those rows, and now save that as a file for loading elsewhere" for example

[2019-10-04] tmrowco/tmrowapp-contrib: Tomorrow automatically calculates the climate impact of your daily choices by connecting to apps and services you already use. [[climate]] [[environment]]

https://github.com/tmrowco/tmrowapp-contrib

[2019-10-06] [[totweet]]

[2019-06-16] Search · fingerprint

https://github.com/search?o=desc&q=fingerprint&s=stars&type=Repositories

worldveil/dejavu
Audio fingerprinting and recognition in Python

https://m.vk.com/@kurilka.gutenberga-ii-sozdal-3d-simulyaciu-vselennoi-no-uchenye-ne-znaut-kak-et [[ai]] [[sim]]

Some hand blistering thing to prepare for bouldering? [[bouldering]]

wonder how to cope with monitor brightness outside [[togoogle]]

[2019-12-06] https://beckystern.com/2008/04/14/body-technology-interfaces body sock! nice..

use rain cloak instead of umbrella? weights and takes same space if not less [[minimalism]]

[2020-12-06] visidata Tweet from @nevoitbien [[viz]]

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@nevoitbien: VisiData!
jsvine.github.io/intro-to-visidata
For anyone who uses a terminal, you will come face-to-face with tabular data on it, be it `free -m` or a csv file. There is nothing quite like VisiData which can load them all into an interactive spreadsheet.

[2020-12-13] use visidata more [[habit]]

[2017-09-12] How to open mobile version of youtube on PC? /r/youtube

You can use [this link](http://m.youtube.com/?persist_app=1&app=m) to force the mobile site, and [this link](http://www.youtube.com/?persist_app=1&app=desktop) to reset to the desktop site.

[2020-05-25] Ask HN: What are your outdoor friendly remote work tips? | Hacker News

	Do you do anything to allow yourself to spend more time outside whilst working?

I.e. laptop glare protectors, shadings for monitor or laptop, devices to keep laptop supported while standing or walking.

[2020-03-24] recent 3 [[ideas]]

https://www.halfbakery.com/

some vim book (practical vim?) [[productivity]] [[toread]] [[vim]]

Compare my todo items in pairs? Then have something that picks ones to work on [[gtd]] [[think]]

use F keys more? [[typing]]

e.g. F1/F2 might actually be a good replacement for Super? Especially considering Kinesis keyboard

Log my observation for kinesis in a blog post [[typing]] [[productivity]] [[toblog]]

Shifts Russian layout, arrows, touch typing

some random tips [[productivity]]

https://theoryandpractice.ru/posts/15719-biologicheskiy-praym-taym-kak-obkhitrit-mozg-ili-khotya-by-nauchitsya-prokrastinirovat-s-polzoy

• Если задача скучная: пойду в субботу в свое любимое кафе и заполню налоговую декларацию за чашкой какого-нибудь экзотического кофе, а заодно и понаблюдаю за жизнью вокруг.
• Задача чрезвычайно рутинная, создается ощущение бесплодности усилий: я прихожу в то же кафе, но кроме данных для работы над декларацией у меня есть с собой книга. Я устанавливаю таймер на смартфоне и работаю над налогами ровно 30 минут. Свыше 30 минут я работаю только в том случае, если дело пошло и я чувствую, что в состоянии продолжать.
• Сложная задача: проведу исследование, чтобы точно выяснить, какие шаги мне нужно предпринять и какие документы собрать. Пойду в кафе во время моего биологического прайм-тайма, когда у меня больше энергии.
• Задача неструктурированная или неоднозначная: проведу исследование по соответствующей тематике и на этой основе составлю подробный план всех необходимых шагов.
• Задача не имеет личностного смысла: ищу позитивные стороны. Например, если можно получить налоговое возмещение, то я стараюсь думать о его возможном размере и составляю список, на что потрачу полученные деньги.
• При выполнении задачи невозможно испытывать удовлетворение от самого процесса, не возникает никаких промежуточных стимулов: за каждые 15 минут, которые я провожу, работая над налогами, я разрешаю себе потратить два с половиной доллара на какой-нибудь каприз или награждаю себя каким-то другим значимым образом за выполнение определенного этапа.

TODO try that with RTM taks I was posponing a lot

ok, what if I only use A for tasks which I neccessarily do today? [[org]] [[productivity]]

Remember that a moderate amount of background noise (so-called white noise) is helpful for concentration. [[productivity]]

really? look it up
from The Owner's Manual for the Brain

[2019-06-14] I mean maybe it makes sense. but I wonder how scientific is that and how did they quantify concentration

figure out which keys should i use? [[vim]] [[productivity]]

http://www.drbunsen.org/vim-croquet/

[2020-05-28] javascript - Is localStorage under The Cookie Law? - Software Engineering Stack Exchange [[gdpr]] [[privacy]]

The cookie law is not actually about cookies (and its not actually called the cookie law). Its about tracking users, storing and sharing the information with third parties. Cookies are just the most popular method to track users.
If you don't want to show the "cookie warning" then just don't track the users beyond the session and don't share traffic data with third parties.
The actual directive.

[2019-12-15] Terms of Service; Didn't Read [[privacy]]

https://tosdr.org/

[2020-05-28] rht/star.zulipchat.com: Public realms found in *.zulipchat.com [[zulip]]

[2020-09-03] Shtetl-Optimized » Blog Archive » My Utility+ podcast with Matthew Putman [[tolisten]]

On that note, please enjoy my new one-hour podcast on Spotify, with Matthew Putman of Utility+.

[2020-10-13] Вера Котельникова: зачем вообще ходить на свидания by правило 34 • A podcast on Anchor [[relationships]] [[tolisten]]

[2020-06-16] ">(3) Thomas Lisλnkie 💻🌱 on Twitter: "Hey everyone, I started a podcast about hypermedia (generalized hypertext)! Covering its past, present, and future. YouTube: https://t.co/XXjcI9eSpX Apple Podcasts: https://t.co/YR9c5APkAB Spotify: https://t.co/Zn4XpIoyKw Twitter: @HypermediaToday https://t.co/AqQ7eaHcbe" / Twitter [[tolisten]]

Hey everyone, I started a podcast about hypermedia (generalized hypertext)!
Covering its past, present, and future.

[2020-11-22] Hacker Radio Show (@HackerRadioShow) / Twitter [[tolisten]] [[podcast]]

Monte Carlo tree search algorithms

from Is AlphaGo Really Such a Big Deal? | Quanta Magazine https://www.quantamagazine.org/is-alphago-really-such-a-big-deal-20160329/

[2018-07-30] Recommend me films where actors speak with an authentic Scottish accent! /r/Scotland [[towatch]]

Local Hero, Shallow Grave, Gregory's Girl

[2020-12-07] ">Netflix Nordic on Twitter: "Do the Finnish even feel fear? @arieldjarn isn't sure. Pardon My Icelandic is now on Netflix. https://t.co/MBVEjwcekQ" / Twitter [[towatch]]

Do the Finnish even feel fear? @arieldjarn
 isn't sure. Pardon My Icelandic is now on Netflix.

Tweet from michaelnielsen (@michaelnielsen), at Sep 18, 09:38 blade runner; tears in rain monologue

Reflecting on the proposed Princess Bride remake, & thinking about how much luck is involved in making great movies. Blade Runner is a great movie without the "Tears in Rain" monologue, but much less so. And that was re-written by Rutger Hauer at the last minute. Talk about luck!

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[2019-11-24] Abstruse Goose | Moment of Clarity(?) - part 2

https://abstrusegoose.com/342

[2020-05-06] Teletype for Atom

collaborative editing

[2020-05-19] Blogging Is Not Dead | Hacker News [[social]] [[rss]]

If you want to see more high quality blog posts, then I highly recommend taking actions to help promote and encourage them. Sign up for a mailing list or subscribe to an RSS feed when you find a blog that consistently produces quality material.
Post new or old content on Hacker News, Reddit, Lobsters, Twitter, and other communities where you think they would be a good fit.
Upvote and retweet quality content that you run across, and flag stuff that's blatantly marketing spam. Leave comments on the blog or reach out to the author over email.
Even as a single individual, these sort of actions have a much bigger impact than you might expect.

[2019-12-17] MIT's browser based climate change simulation [[climate]]

https://en-roads.climateinteractive.org/scenario.html?v=2.7.6

[2020-03-04] Reddit has become a guide to personal finance [[finance]]

https://qz.com/1707479/reddit-has-become-a-guide-to-personal-finance/

[2020-03-07] If nearly all Airbnb reviews are positive, does that make them meaningless? [[scoring]]

https://www.academia.edu/30544981/If_Nearly_all_Airbnb_Reviews_are_Positive_Does_that_Make_them_Meaningless?email_work_card=title

[2019-12-21] cheeaun/awesome-hacker-news: Awesome Hacker News: a collection of awesome Hacker News apps, libraries, resources and shiny things. [[hackernews]]

[2019-10-25] About this website | LOW←TECH MAGAZINE

Below are some of the design decisions we made to reduce energy use. We have published a separate document that focuses on the front-end efforts, and one that focuses on the back-end. We have also released the source code for our website design.

[2019-10-25] About this website | LOW←TECH MAGAZINE

https://solar.lowtechmagazine.com/about.html

We wrote two extra articles with more in-depth technical information: How to build a low-tech website: software and hardware, which focuses on the back-end, and How to Build a Low-tech Website: Design Techniques and Process, which focuses on the front-end.

[2019-01-29] (99+) DIYbio - Google Groups https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/diybio [[biohacking]]

that they improve cognitive performance in people who have “too little dopamine” (Parkinson’s patients, ADHD patients, val/val COMT genotypes) but are useless or worse in those who have “too much dopamine” (met/met COMT genotypes.)

todo
from ip Nootropics

Aspiring to canonicity, one fun project would be to take the most recent IPCC climate assessment report (perhaps starting with a small part), and develop a version which is executable. Instead of a report full of assertions and references, you'd have a live climate model – actually, many interrelated models – for people to explore. If it was good enough, people would teach classes from it; [[environment]]

None
How can we develop transformative tools for thought?
in context

[2019-12-21] minimaxir/hacker-news-undocumented: Some of the hidden norms about Hacker News not otherwise covered in the Guidelines and the FAQ.

https://github.com/minimaxir/hacker-news-undocumented

All public URLS with user-generated content

[2019-12-21] minimaxir/hacker-news-undocumented: Some of the hidden norms about Hacker News not otherwise covered in the Guidelines and the FAQ. [[hackernews]]

https://github.com/minimaxir/hacker-news-undocumented

HN Search provides real-time full-text search for Hacker News. The web app is open source and powered by Algolia Search.

[2020-04-25] It's Nicky Case! [[sim]]

[2020-01-01] Pavel Fatin » Blog Archive » Typing with pleasure - Blog about human and technology [[latency]] [[inspiration]]

https://pavelfatin.com/typing-with-pleasure/
Amazing in-depth analysis of keyboard typing latency
could also benchmark org-mode with the tool they mentioned

[2019-10-06] tmrowco/tmrowapp-contrib: Tomorrow automatically calculates the climate impact of your daily choices by connecting to apps and services you already use. [[environment]]

https://github.com/tmrowco/tmrowapp-contrib

The connect method is used to ask for user credentials (OAuth flows are also supported). The collect method is called periodically (typically every few hours) to fetch new activities. As the methods are pure, and to avoid re-asking the user for credentials everytime the collect method is called, a state object can be used to persist information (such as password, tokens..) across collects.

Activities require a certain formatting:

[2018-07-12] https://github.com/fasouto/awesome-dataviz [[viz]]

[2020-05-18] Suggestion: use Github actions to execute backup & commit changes to the repository · Issue 4 · MatthieuBizien/roam-to-git [[hpi]] [[promnesia]]

schedule:
- cron: "*/10 * * * *"

[2019-12-16] 3 shell scripts: Kill weasel words, avoid the passive, eliminate duplicates [[writing]]

http://matt.might.net/articles/shell-scripts-for-passive-voice-weasel-words-duplicates/

3 shell scripts to improve your writing, or "My Ph.D. advisor rewrote himself in bash."

[2019-10-22] Shtetl-Optimized » Blog Archive » Paul Bernays Lectures [[study]] [[towatch]]

https://www.scottaaronson.com/blog/?p=4301

If you’re interested, streaming video of the lectures is available as of today (though I haven’t watched it—let me know if the quality is OK!), as well as of course my slides. Here you go:

[2019-11-22] philsturgeon/awesome-earth: The planet doesn't need to be simultaneously on fire and underwater. We can fix things. [[environment]]

[2020-06-19] This is our long-running experiment in story re-upping. I've described it at htt… | Hacker News [[hackernews]]

[2020-05-04] ">Andy Matuschak on Twitter: "Going to try an experiment: livestreaming part of my morning writing today at 9AM PST. I’ll mostly be consolidating some hazy questions from Design Unbound. No live interaction with viewers (hard enough w/o that). Video (probably) available afterwards. https://t.co/fYDlx2stYJ" / Twitter [[towatch]]

Going to try an experiment: livestreaming part of my morning writing today at 9AM PST. I’ll mostly be consolidating some hazy questions from Design Unbound. No live interaction with viewers (hard enough w/o that). Video (probably) available afterwards.

[2019-11-21] michaelnielsen on Twitter: "@AdamMarblestone @jamesough @DavidDeutschOxf In addition to Adam's notes, let me also mention the NAS survey report, freely available here: https://t.co/WkJOWP9sAz It's a pretty helpful survey, IMO!" / Twitter

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In addition to Adam's notes, let me also mention the NAS survey report, freely available here: https://nap.edu/catalog/25259/negative-emissions-technologies-and-reliable-sequestration-a-research-agenda It's a pretty helpful survey, IMO!

[2019-12-11] 1/(1 - 1/(1 - 1/(1 - Dan Piponi))) on Twitter: "This seems so obvious to me but people often seem to disagree with it. To improve your ability to solve a type of problem it helps to get familiar with harder problems of a similar type even if you'll never meet those harder problems in the course of solving the original problem." / Twitter [[thinking]]

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This seems so obvious to me but people often seem to disagree with it. To improve your ability to solve a type of problem it helps to get familiar with harder problems of a similar type even if you'll never meet those harder problems in the course of solving the original problem.

[2020-05-26] Neoliberal 🌐 (@ne0liberal) / Twitter [[design]] [[inspiration]]

nice logo

[2019-05-18] Tweet from Emma Strubell (@strubell), at May 18, 18:58 [[environment]]

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Are you interested in deep learning for NLP but also concerned about the CO2 footprint of training? You should be! Excited to share our work "Energy and Policy Considerations for Deep Learning in NLP" at @ACL2019_Italy! With @ananya__g and @andrewmccallum. Preprint coming soon. https://t.co/kIgZWcptRR

[2019-11-02] walking in olympic park is quite cool actually [[london]]

WTF Visualizations [[viz]]

https://viz.wtf/

[2019-10-01] Schlep Blindness http://paulgraham.com/schlep.html

[2020-05-14] not sure where it belongs… but basically the idea is that you try to see through the unpleasantness

почти всегда лучше использовать не анонимный @quicksurveybot [[telegram]]

[2019-09-21] Awesome Indexed - Searchable Awesome Lists

[2020-06-12] The Extended Phenotype - Wikipedia

[2018-07-25] Orthogonality thesis - Lesswrongwiki [[ai]] [[rational]]

[2020-05-06] flow/control — interdisciplinary research & development studio

[2018-07-24] text classifiction guide from google

Check out this excellent guide to text classification from Google. Covers important best practices and rules of thumb, including a complete flowchart for picking the right model & preprocessing pipeline based on the statistical structure of your dataset. https://t.co/COd9ckdME6 https://t.co/4nBkb3HjFj

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[2019-02-01] Singularity Hacker - Master the Currency of Time [[automation]]

http://singularityhacker.com/post/112349973370/master-the-currency-of-time

. FancyHands. Train your self to use digital assistants.
FancyHands is an army of people that do tasks for you. You pay for x number of tasks a month. The tasks roll over each month, and the workers frequently exceed my expectations. You can use FancyHands to lower bills, do internet research, find cheaper goods, shop for birthday presents, plan dates, and mass scheduling. My calendar is almost exclusively managed by FancyHands. I blind copy them on emails and just add “@fancy Update my calendar”. 

[2019-04-22] The Lagrangian | Describing the fundamental dynamics of reality for over 200 years

https://the-lagrangian.github.io/

[2019-05-05] subscribed

[2019-11-26] Patrick McKenzie on Twitter: ""No really, what is your process." I mull a topic in my head for between one day and a few weeks, verbalize half-formed thoughts out loud (disturbing passerby and/or my wife), then one day get coffee, write like a man possessed for 6~12 hours, two editing passes, publish." / Twitter [[writing]]

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Patrick McKenzie
@patio11
"No really, what is your process."

I mull a topic in my head for between one day and a few weeks, verbalize half-formed thoughts out loud (disturbing passerby and/or my wife), then one day get coffee, write like a man possessed for 6~12 hours, two editing passes, publish.

[2019-09-21] Shtetl-Optimized » 2013 » March Preskill

https://www.scottaaronson.com/blog/?m=201303

I got back a couple days ago from John Preskill‘s 60th birthday symposium at Caltech.  To the general public, Preskill is probably best known for winning two bets against Stephen Hawking.  To readers of Shtetl-Optimized, he might be known for his leadership in quantum information science, his pioneering work in quantum error-correction, his beautiful lecture notes, or even his occasional comments here (though these days he has his own group blog and Twitter feed to keep him busy).  I know John as a friend, colleague, and mentor who’s done more for me than I can say.

[2019-06-01] Ink & Switch [[webdesign]]

https://www.inkandswitch.com/index.html

[2019-11-28] michaelnielsen on Twitter: "One of the strangest things about working on memory systems (https://t.co/QbN9qttrGe ) has been gradually coming to suspect they may not primarily be about memory!" / Twitter [[writing]]

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Something similar often happens when writing.
You start out an essay or a book thinking it's about subject X. But as you write you realize the essay "wants to be" about something else. It's a marvellous experience, and one of the best reasons to write!

[2019-09-08] ELI5: What makes us get a 'Stitch' in our sides when we run too quickly? /r/explainlikeimfive

Believe it or not, the real answer is, 'we don't know'! The most common answer is that the jerking nature of running pulls on the ligaments tying the organs in our stomachs to our bones - but this can't be the whole answer, as people get stitches while swimming!
Another possibility is that as the heart rate increases, the blood pressure into the liver and spleen increases, making them bigger, squeezing some blood vessels partially closed. This causes some places to not get enough oxygen.
A third has to do with breathing. If a runner doesn't breathe deeply, part of their lungs don't get fresh air. As the blood is depleted in oxygen when it gets back to the lungs, the parts of the lungs with stale air in them aren't getting enough oxygen, and getting too much carbon dioxide, causing pain.

[2019-11-19] The words for "two" in 75 different languages, and how they are related. OC /r/dataisbeautiful

[2020-08-06] ">murat on Twitter: ""Philosopher AI" is coming along nicely https://t.co/ciiiTBmoNj" / Twitter [[gpt]]

[2019-12-13] Alex Gurney on Twitter: "My 4yo son has been asking about how each day went at work, and I always try to explain. The other day he asked, "Daddy, why do the computers break all the time? Can you make them not break?" … And it's just just it's hard and we're really trying" / Twitter

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[2019-12-13] Sean Herrala on Twitter: "@ajtgurney @rachelreese All things break all the time. Computers just reliably tell you when it happens to them." / Twitter

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All things break all the time. Computers just reliably tell you when it happens to them.

[2020-03-01] (7) Alec Resnick on Twitter: ""Figure 1.1: Human experience of space and time in the physical world." https://t.co/5RWu8TQvJa" / Twitter

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"Figure 1.1: Human experience of space and time in the physical world."

[2020-07-05] Волнительная пора

Ежегодные колебания заболеваемости гриппом связаны не с какими-то абстрактными законами, а с поведением людей, на которое влияет окружающая среда (об этом мы подробно писали в материале «Пандемия по графику»

[2019-11-23] michaelnielsen on Twitter: "I enjoyed this: 3 months, ~7000 words. Sounds about right! I once asked a well-known writer how often he redrafted material. He sighed and said "for the really difficult bits, sometimes more than 100 times". https://t.co/yJllKxOKPJ" / Twitter [[writing]]

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I enjoyed this: 3 months, ~7000 words. Sounds about right!
I once asked a well-known writer how often he redrafted material. He sighed and said "for the really difficult bits, sometimes more than 100 times"

good to know I'm not the only one struggling!

[2020-08-16] Strativerse [[future]]

[2020-12-05] Text Visualization Browser [[viz]]

[2020-12-07] Extensions · zedeus/nitter Wiki [[twitter]]

Privacy Redirect: Redirects Twitter, Youtube, Instagram and Google Maps requests to privacy friendly alternatives (Nitter, Invidious, Bibliogram and OpenStreetMap).

[2020-12-31] End of 2020 ‒ Szymon Kaliski [[toblog]]

[2020-10-30] Goodbye IFTTT | Hacker News [[automation]]

Hackernews reader app?

Also orger it?

[2019-12-15] Шварц, Аарон — Википедия [[bio]]

https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A8%D0%B2%D0%B0%D1%80%D1%86,_%D0%90%D0%B0%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%BD

В 14 лет Шварц стал соавтором спецификации RSS 1.0, с тех пор был членом рабочей группы RDF.

[2019-12-15] Шварц, Аарон — Википедия

https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A8%D0%B2%D0%B0%D1%80%D1%86,_%D0%90%D0%B0%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%BD

В 14 лет Шварц стал соавтором спецификации RSS 1.0, с тех пор был членом рабочей группы RDF. Аарон Шварц работал под руководством «изобретателя Всемирной паутины» Тима Бернерса-Ли в составе основной рабочей группы RDF в Консорциуме W3C[6][7], написал несколько работ, две самые известные — это «Who Writes Wikipedia»[8] и «HOWTO: Be More Productive»[9]. Создал сервис Infogami, который впоследствии слился с популярным сайтом Reddit[10]. Являлся автором фреймворка web.py[11] и соучредителем движения против интернет-цензуры Demand Progress[12].

[2019-11-01] Building personal search engine: using Emacs and Ripgrep to search in your code and knowledge /r/emacs [[pinboard]]

Happy that you liked it!
I used to be a heavy user of [Pinboard](https://pinboard.in/u:karlicoss), however after I got used to Org-mode, managing bookmarks in browser started feeling more and more clumsy. I wanted something really fast, immediately searchable, easy to archive or move around. So I ended up implementing an extension for that, [grasp](https://github.com/karlicoss/grasp)! I write about it in detail [here](https://beepb00p.xyz/grasp.html).

Basically, I found it so convenient that I just stopped adding new bookmaks to Pinboard altogether (you can see they end on January, when I released Grasp :D ). I don't really think of captured links as 'bookmarks' anymore even, more like normal urls you could put anywhere in your notes you feel convenient. For instance, I don't need to keep a separate bookmark in some special place for the website where I'm buying contact lens, I just keep a link under the recurring task that reminds me to buy contacts. Of course having links in my org-mode lets me utilize all the things it offers like properties, tags, etc.

I still think Pinboard has great social value, so one day I want to write some script that collects urls from my org-mode notes and syncs them back to Pinboard, so other people could find them.

dotpy graphviz thing: reason I like it [[python]] [[viz]] [[toblog]]

I can gradually migrate graph from manual to autogenerated

G = digraph(
    '''
  rankdir=LR
  overlap=scale
  splines=true
  node[shape=rectangle]
    '''.strip(), # todo not sure how many spaces I like
    '''
grasp       [label="Grasp"]
todo_lists  [label="On TODO lists"]
exports     [label="Building data liberation infrastructure"]
takeout_removed[label="Google Takeouts silently removes old data"]

grasp           -> pkm_setup;
takeout_removed -> mydata;
    ''',

    promnesia,
    hpi,
    # todo maybe syntax with operators or something?
    edge(hpi, promnesia),
)

[2020-05-31] or, edge('errorhandling', exports) – it's a smooth transition between convenient, feature-rich and safe

[2021-01-29] https://journal.tinkoff.ru/list/cool-soviet-buildings/

[2021-01-25] . [[degoogle]] [[rss]]

You can use YouTube logged out. I have an RSS reader for all my favourite channels.

Tweet from @inBurgundy [[sleep]] [[cognitive]]

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@in_Burgundy: «Как оказалось, недостаток сна примерно в два раза увеличивает время реакции на внешние факторы и в целых пять раз усиливает невнимательность.
В то же время самим участникам эксперимента казалось, что все хорошо, и они работают так же хорошо, как и всегда»

[2021-01-09] Web Design Museum 1991 – 2006

[2021-01-02] Shooting High-Res Thermal Photos of Iceland to Show Nature at Work

[2020-05-12] https://fedi.xerz.one/notice/9uyW6Uv8k0DQjsbsdU

be born => work on custom OSes for fun => want to help the world => despise harming => accidentally do harm => approach carefulness => notice mistakes in stuff => try to make an ideal OS => learn maths => Gödel => fuck your ass => whoops my worldview needs fixes

[2020-12-14] moreutils vidir: edit a directory in your text editor

[2020-12-14] moreutils mispipe: pipe two commands, returning the exit status of the first

[2020-09-29] jmathai/elodie: An EXIF-based photo assistant, organizer, manager and workflow automation tool.

[2021-01-09] Moa : Link your Mastodon account to Twitter

[2021-01-12] ">vitalik.eth on Twitter: "7. The attempts at bringing down Parler are very worrying. Apple, Google, AWS are much more like "common infrastructure providers" than a social media site is. Parler has a right to exist, full stop." / Twitter

good thread with reflections of Parler ban

[2021-01-27] The Map of Mathematics [[inspiration]] [[viz]] [[pkm]]

hmm could be nice to viz connections between pages on my blog this way? not sure

Boring Advice Repository - LessWrong 2.0

[2020-12-09] unhosted web apps [[offline]] [[localfirst]]

[2021-01-31] ok, looks interesting, need to research more

Seems to have been worked on for the past 10 years? Wonder what's up with it (but also understandable considering I've been working on my stuff for years as well)

[2020-12-29] activepapers.org/

computational science made reproducible and understandable

[2021-02-02] Show HN: Arguman – Argument Analysis Platform | Hacker News

[2021-02-02] The universe is a simulation. | Intelligent Debating Platform | Arguman.org

[2021-02-15] Something like https://idealo.de/ (and .at .es .fr .it .co.uk)? | Hacker News

Something like https://idealo.de/ (and .at .es .fr .it .co.uk)?
scns 10 minutes ago [–]
I usually use https://geizhals.de/
since it is more tech related. Useable for people living in EU/UK/AT/DE/PL.
reply

as yandex market alternative?

[2021-02-20] Bullshit Jobs | The Anarchist Library [[ubi]]

[2021-02-22] Midnight Commander - skin editor

Tweet from @flancian

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@flancian: Idea: [[open home]].

You back up your home directory, any set of folders and files in your computer, to an open repository in part or in full. I use git for mine.
It lets us browse each other's computers to some extent.

[[soulseek]] did it in the early aughts and it was great.

name for project that is a swiss knife of data liberation [[dataliberation]]

annoying that reactions move the DOM [[matrix]]

[2021-02-25] Split up Memacs into separate moldule repositories? · Issue #74 · novoid/Memacs [[memacs]]

[2021-02-14] Failed to set minimum refresh interval · Issue #26581 · grafana/grafana [[grafana]]

can set minrefresh interfal via env variable/in settings
related?
https://github.com/grafana/grafana/issues/26722
https://github.com/grafana/grafana/issues/30468
find options on the "stats" page http://localhost:3000/admin/stats

[2021-02-12] Graphite vs. InfluxDB vs. Prometheus Comparison [[influxdb]]

ok seems that it's the best choice judging by

[2021-02-07] FOSDEM 2021 - Open Source, Interoperability and the Digital Markets Act [[interop]]

Open Source, Interoperability and the Digital Markets Act
New European regulation proposals to open up the dominant platforms

[2020-06-30] About danluu.com [[blog]]

[2020-08-14] Welcome to Open Library | Open Library [[openknowledge]]

[2020-06-26] Guide to DRM-Free Living: Literature | Defective by Design [[books]]

Guide to DRM-Free Living: Literature

[2020-10-31] Free Life Planner: homeless story

[2021-01-01] Supertag — Supertag 0.1.0 documentation [[tagging]]

would be cool to have pinboard support? [[ampie]]

although can't really search by exact URL in pinboard?
e.g. https://pinboard.in/search/?query=https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2Fmicrosoft%2FTypeScript&all=Search+All

[2021-03-08] Rationally Speaking Podcast: Understanding moral disagreements (Jonathan Haidt) https://rationallyspeakingpodcast.org/show/episode-252-understanding-moral-disagreements-jonathan-haidt.html

OK interesting point that it seems to get impossible to be perfectly rational and get rid of all biases as an individual. But you can achieve better rationality as a community?
Also point that allowing some 'moral' restrictions (seemingly arbitrary) can lead to better utilitarian results?

https://social.coop/@bmann/105833459540565512

bmann@social.coop - Brave bought a search engine, and also have a white paper on creating user-controlled, collaborative search filters https://bmannconsulting.com/log/1614888566/​

[2021-03-18] Home is where the bits flow [[cyberspace]]

[2021-03-31] PDF Reference, Third Edition - PDFReference.pdf [[pdf]]

useful for decoding, e.g. for pdfannots

[2021-02-10] OpenStreetMap proven to be a highly accurate map in top US cities [[maps]] [[degoogle]]

https://eng.lyft.com/how-lyft-discovered-openstreetmap-is-the-freshest-map-for-rideshare-a7a41bf92ec

[2021-03-16] Zero-risk bias - Wikipedia

[2021-03-28] client9/misspell: Correct commonly misspelled English words in source files

[2021-04-09] Video - Bitcoin Vs Ethereum with Samson Mow & Vitalik Buterin - YouTube [[crypto]]

eh, this samson mow guy sucks. kind of strawmen arguments, etc, Buterin is much more calm & clever

[2021-04-08] Show HN: Raspberry Pi 400 – CyberDeck Project | Hacker News

hmm people write it's likely to break though

[2020-03-24] Don’t bail out the cruise industry | Hacker News

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=22672392

[2019-09-07] linkeddata/dokieli: dokieli is a clientside editor for decentralised article publishing, annotations and social interactions

https://github.com/linkeddata/dokieli

There is no root, authority, or centralisation here. Control yourself!
dokieli is a decentralised article authoring, annotation, and social notification tool which works from Web browsers. It is built with the following principles in mind: freedom of expression, decentralisation, interoperability, and accessibility.
It can be used as a:

    single-page application - open any dokieli embedded article
    browser extension - import this repository in your Web browser or install Web Extension from Chrome Web Store or Add-ons for Firefox

Support Post Migration · Issue 12423 · tootsuite/mastodon [[mastodon]]

https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/issues/12423

[2018-06-15] Rayman (1995 - Windows/DOS). Ссылки, описание, обзоры, скриншоты, видеоролики на Old-Games.RU [[games]]

https://www.old-games.ru/game/83.html

https://variety.com/2019/gaming/news/earthworm-jim-3-details-1203202256/ [[games]]

Tweet from michaelnielsen (@michaelnielsen), at Jun 16, 05:42

A remarkably complete archive of Apollo 11 material has been made available: https://t.co/teX8FsPCzy

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[2018-11-18] https://nphysics.org [[sim]] [[rust]]

[2019-04-18] Is it more environmentally friendly to wash your dishes? Or use paper plates instead? What is the real carbon footprint left by wasted water, vs paper plates? /r/askscience [[recycling]] [[environment]]

I've wondered about this too and I found it very hard to find good information.  It undoubtedly depends on where you live because the relative costs of water and trash removal vary so much depending where you live.  I think in water-scarce regions of Arizona, Nevada and Southern California, there is a decent argument to be made that disposable paper plates are an environmentally sensible alternative to washing lots of ceramic dinner plates. But it would very much depend on local costs and where the disposed of plates go.  Are they buried in a landfill or burned to make electricity?  How far do they have to be hauled in their lifetime?  What happens to the wastewater?

There is no black and white in these types of situations.  Either scenario is OK and if you really want to figure out how to minimize your carbon footprint, an accurate accounting depends on your local water and electricity rates.

[2019-09-22] The Brain Zoo - Basics of Meditation - YouTube [[writing]]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3rl5O_92Co&t=121s
think why exurbias videos are so good and engaging

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The one and only David Goodsell @dsgoodsell is now on Twitter! His incredible paintings (below) have been an inspiration for us and so many others for many years, each of which is incredibly accurate based on all available research. Welcome David!

Accesskey?

I think the solution should be to use the "accesskey" attribute. Unfortunately, not enough web page writers use it.

Tweet from @hillelogram

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@hillelogram: *Sees people arguing about plantuml vs mermaid vs graphviz vs lucid vs inkscape*
Why not use tikz
*Is beaten to death by every sane programmer on the planet*

[2019-10-17] Welcome to Intuitive Explanations | Intuitive Explanations

https://intuitiveexplanations.com
el-patch guy

[2019-08-18] Trending repositories on GitHub today [[explore]]

https://github.com/trending

[2019-09-16] https://mshibanami.github.io/GitHubTrendingRSS hasn't been updated for a while.. wonder if it would send duplicates

Pinpopular - The Pinboard Top 100

http://pinpopular.in

Tweet from @cjpais


@cj_pais: Check it!!!
It was super fun to help build this!
Stoked to have a sane, powerful and portable dev environment twitter.com/davidmeh/status/12...

[2019-06-29] drone/drone: Drone is a Container-Native, Continuous Delivery Platform [[selfhosted]] [[ci]]

https://github.com/drone/drone

pipeline: backend: image: golang commands: - go get - go build - go test frontend: image: node:6 commands: - npm install - npm test publish: image: plugins/docker repo: octocat/hello-world tags: [ 1, 1.1, latest ] registry: index.docker.io notify: image: plugins/slack channel: developers username: drone

hmm looks kinda nice..

[2020-10-10] How to type 3x faster [[typing]]

[2019-06-12] Typing practice https://www.keybr.com/ [[typing]]

[2019-08-25] RaiMan's SikuliX [[automation]]

http://sikulix.com/#home1

   Automate what you see on a computer monitor
What is it?     For what is it?     Get it?     Use it?     Get help?     Contribute?
Latest news - version 1.1.4
… read about the new version — be sure: it is rewarding ;-)
Needs at least Java 8 - but works on Java 10 and 11
No longer needs setup - download and use it.
Sikuli is God's Eye
… in Huichol Indian culture: the power to see and understand things unknown.
(Thanks for the picture showing a Sikuli)
Sikuli was started somewhen in 2009 as an open-source research project at the User Interface Design Group at MIT by Tsung-Hsiang Chang and Tom Yeh.
Both left the project at Sikuli-X-1.0rc3 during 2012, when I decided to take over development and support and name it SikuliX.
What is SikuliX?
SikuliX automates anything you see on the screen of your desktop computer running Windows, Mac or some Linux/Unix. It uses image recognition powered by OpenCV to identify and control GUI components. This is handy in cases when there is no easy access to a GUI's internals or the source code of the application or web page you want to act on.

[2019-12-18] Generalized One-Night Stands ← We Can Solve This

http://sandymaguire.me/blog/one-night-stands/

[2019-12-18] I find journaling indispensable | Hacker News

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20849148

have been writing down what I do every day since 2002. So 17 years of daily notes about what I did, how I feel, what I was excited about that day. One cool thing about the journal is that it is electronic. So its searchable which is kind of cool. Its always handy to look up stuff you did in the past and when you did it, who you were with, when you went on that great vacation to the beach etc... I highly recommend keeping a journal, for people who are into it.

[2018-06-30] janeczku/calibre-web: Web app for browsing, reading and downloading eBooks stored in a Calibre database [[selfhosted]]

https://github.com/janeczku/calibre-web

Tweet from Котонавты (@meownauts) Наташа Макэлхоун сыграет Кортану в сериале по Halo от Showtime https://t.co/Vl8A35Xuzc ?s=17">?s=17 [[towatch]]

Tweet from Roman Elizarov (@relizarov), at May 8, 17:14 [[towatch]]

Watch “Declarative UI patterns” talk today at 3:30 pm on Stage 1 at io19 about Compose. It might seem simply being Kotlin-style React, but its desing is very different and has mind-blowing implications.  It is still pre-alpha, but it will change the way you program In the future

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[2019-12-02] How to read 10 times more without any speed reading hacks? — Santhosh Guru [[reading]]

https://www.santhoshguru.com/essays/on-reading

Tweet from Miguel de Icaza (@migueldeicaza), at Jan 29, 17:56 [[privacy]]

After two years of not using Facebook - I logged in today to check out this new tool that shows what Facebook has been tracking.   Despite this, they have seen my every move on the Internet - this is creepier than I had imagined. https://t.co/BsqpjT3qid

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[2017-06-28] erasing online presence [[privacy]]

https://www.reddit.com/r/IWantToLearn/comments/6fa0vk/iwtl_how_to_erase_my_online_presence
deseat.me

[2019-12-21] Ask HN: Who are your favourite people to follow on Mastodon? | Hacker News

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16741116

[2019-11-09] hypothesis improvements [[hypothesis]]

Thread: We're rolling out a number of small but essential user-experience (#UX) and accessibility (#a11y) improvements as part of our work to improve the overall usability of the @hypothes_is client and ensure full accessibility for keyboard-only users. 1/

[2019-12-15] the Webb blog ∙ Stick around

https://blog.webb.page/

[2019-12-15] the Webb blog ∙ And so, it begins

https://blog.webb.page/2016/it-begins

thought about porting the posts from my previous blog, but I'd rather start fresh. After all, after the tumultuous year that was 2016, I think we could all use a fresh start.

[2020-01-18] Workflow Patterns Home Page

http://workflowpatterns.com/

Welcome to the Workflow Patterns home page

[2019-11-22] Secure Shell App - Chrome Web Store

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/secure-shell-app/pnhechapfaindjhompbnflcldabbghjo

[2019-09-30] ПОСТ №017 - Vlad Lunachev - Medium

https://medium.com/@VladLunachev/%D0%BF%D0%BE%D1%81%D1%82-017-6efedf595558

Например, чистить стаканы от блендера не самое приятное занятие. Пусть лучше это сделает шуруповерт с ершиком. Он лучше справится с задачей, чем я вручную губкой.

[2019-12-22] Create lists to follow certain people on GitHub similar to Twitter on Ideas | Trello [[nikv]]

https://trello.com/c/k7hu7UAH/82-create-lists-to-follow-certain-people-on-github-similar-to-twitter

I follow too many people on GitHub and it's very hard to see many updates from people I care about. Would be awesome to add a way to create Twitter like lists where you can add people to the list and only see updates from these people only.

[2020-09-25] Tweet from @alexeyguzey


@alexeyguzey: @patrickc Higgs: "Today I wouldn't get an academic job. It's as simple as that. I don't think I would be regarded as productive enough." https://t.co/wOlfbj9OUL

[2019-08-07] Can We Terraform the Sahara to Stop Climate Change? - YouTube [[environment]]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfo8XHGFAIQ

[2020-07-31] https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/StreetComplete [[maps]] [[osm]]

[2019-12-02] John Carlos Baez on Twitter: "Can we actually remove carbon dioxide from the air? Yes! Can we remove enough to make a difference? Yes! But what are the best ways, and how much can they accomplish? I explain that in my new article in Nautilus, an online science magazine: https://t.co/y4rQjKvm5J" / Twitter

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Can we actually remove carbon dioxide from the air?   Yes!  Can we remove enough to make a difference?   Yes!    But what are the best ways, and how much can they accomplish?   I explain that in my new article in Nautilus, an online science magazine:

[2019-12-03] melvinroest/doodledocs: An app for collaborative doodling via a p2p library called Bugout with RoR websocket bindings as fallback

https://github.com/melvinroest/doodledocs

To counter scalability issues, I added a P2P layer on top of it, built with a modified version of Bugout.

[2018-08-06] not now {jetzt nicht} [[german]] [[drill]]

[2018-08-06] settings {einstellungen} [[german]] [[drill]]

[2018-08-23] Fallacymania — Вики LessWrong.ru [[rational]]

[2018-08-23] The Azimuth Project

[2017-09-03] [[cycling]]

Use quietways

Highway code https://www.gov.uk/guidance/the-highway-code/rules-for-cyclists-59-to-82

[2020-07-04] used woeusb (compiled from source) to burn the image on sd card (NTFS). worked fine! [[setup]] [[windows]]

[2019-07-10] Russian language - Wikipedia

By the mid-20th century, such dialects were forced out with the introduction of the compulsory education system that was established by the Soviet government. Despite the formalization of Standard Russian, some nonstandard dialectal features (such as fricative [ɣ] in Southern Russian dialects) are still observed in colloquial speech.

[2019-10-06] Котлета из пробирки [[climate]]

В последнем докладе IPCC приводятся данные, что выбросы парниковых газов от производства всей еды на планете составляют около 30 процентов от общей суммы выбросов. При этом если человечество полностью перейдет на веганскую диету, долю пищевых выбросов можно будет сократить на 15-20 процентов.

[2020-04-11] "specialization is for insects" (David Ichee)

[2019-05-21] https://blog.stephenwolfram.com/2019/05/launching-today-free-wolfram-engine-for-developers/ Launching Today: Free Wolfram Engine for Developers—Stephen Wolfram Blog

https://blog.stephenwolfram.com/2019/05/launching-today-free-wolfram-engine-for-developers/

[2019-04-14] Cadabra: a field-theory motivated approach to computer algebra

https://cadabra.science/

Cadabra is a sym­bolic com­puter al­ge­bra sys­tem (CAS) de­signed specif­i­cally for the so­lu­tion of prob­lems en­coun­tered in field the­ory.

[2019-04-19] Bret Victor, beast of burden [[bretvictor]] [[recycling]]

http://worrydream.com/#!/ClimateChange

These are lists of proverbs. Little action items, mostly dequantified, entirely decontextualized. How significant is it to “eat wisely” and “trim your waste”? How does it compare to other sources of harm? How does it fit into the big picture? How many people would have to participate in order for there to be appreciable impact? How do you know that these aren’t token actions to assauge guilt?

[2019-04-19] exactly my concerns!

[2019-04-19] Climate change is too important for us to operate on faith. Citizens need and deserve reading material which shows context — how significant suggested actions are in the big picture — and which embeds models — formulas and algorithms which calculate that significance, for different scenarios, from primary-source data and explicit assumptions.

[2019-04-19] Models

If data is hard to find, models are virtually impossible.
What’s a formula for estimating the power consumption of a home’s lighting?
What’s an algorithm that models the activity pattern of a water heater? Or a thermostat?
What’s an equation for how methane emissions would vary with meat consumption?
If a given country were to reduce deforestation by a given amount, how would that affect how much carbon it sinks?
How do you quantify “eating wisely” and “trimming your waste”? And how do you calculate the effects as those quantities change?
People have figured out these things! The formulas exist in Excel spreadsheets and Matlab code, buried on old hard drives somewhere. Sometimes they’re vaguely described in prose in published papers.

[2019-11-09] Fish Out of Water (BoJack Horseman) - Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_Out_of_Water_(BoJack_Horseman)

For Vulture, Jesse David Fox praised the episode as "a must-watch", noting that "the best part is, you don't have to have watched a single other episode of the series to love it".[8]

[2019-06-03] ansible is convenient because of its caching capabilities (+idempotence), so it makes it easy to make a reproducible script [[toblog]] [[setup]]

number of entries in my notebooks? or at least capture vs non capture? [[viz]] [[toblog]]

Post my hn userscript? [[toblog]]

Resorted movie ratings [[rating]] [[toblog]]

[2021-01-29] Tweet from @whitequark

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@whitequark: become familiar with software in 3 easy steps:
1) reject th abomination
2) let it infiltrate you. now you understand
3) what have you become

Tweet from @dannagal

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@dannagal: I've received several DMs from friends asking what do to about parents/family members who believe misinformation regarding the election, vaccines and COVID.  Here's a research-based thread to help explain the roots of these beliefs and how to (and how *not* to) address them.  1/

[2020-02-09] Gordon Brander on Twitter: "Scuttlebutt offers an important insight, as a protocol: mesh density can be very low, yet still deliver a viable UX, if the messages are shared in big batches." / Twitter ">

Scuttlebutt offers an important insight, as a protocol: mesh density can be very low, yet still deliver a viable UX, if the messages are shared in big batches.

[2020-05-29] Unicode Box Art ░ ▒ ▓

[2020-05-22] Show HN: Plopdown HTML5 Video Annotator Released | Hacker News

[2020-05-13] In Praise of AutoHotKey • Hillel Wayne

[2020-05-14] Is going to conferences useless for learning? How do you learn? | Lobsters

[2020-05-15] ">(4) Mental Nodes on Twitter: "There is git for projects—should we have git for ideas? https://t.co/70jIbHRlSb" / Twitter [[git]]

There is git for projects—should we have git for ideas?

[2020-05-31] Images · novoid/lazyblorg Wiki [[memacs]]

As you can see, you don’t have to cope with the directory, where the image file is located.
Using the Memacs and/or the file traversal method, image files are located and copied independent of their current location.

[2020-06-03] ">(3) Katherine Ye on Twitter: "Our system is not yet ready to use, but you can sign up for the mailing list to hear more: https://t.co/L4NEexeipc We’re looking to collaborate with educators and authors on making diagrams. If that sounds like you, get in touch here: https://t.co/MJwBm31WwQ" / Twitter

Our system is not yet ready to use, but you can sign up for the mailing list to hear more: https://penrose.ink

[2019-07-27] nielsen: How much do our (supposed) intellectual elite know about human progress? https://m.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=165938533888688&id=100014176268390

I'm not usually bothered by this kind of thing. Media love to bemoan surveys showing lack of basic scientific knowledge among the general population. That kind of thing doesn't alarm me. We're a society in which most people specialize, and it's not surprising if most of us are ignorant in major areas; collectively we can still do pretty well.

[2019-07-29] Effective Altruism London - Home https://www.facebook.com/LondonAltruism/

[2019-09-10] documentation/FAQ.md at master · tootsuite/documentation https://github.com/tootsuite/documentation/blob/master/Using-Mastodon/FAQ.md [[mastodon]]

Federated universe. The network of compatible social media servers such as Mastodon, Friendica, Hubzilla, Kroeg, PeerTube and more. Typically if you've got one account on a server in the fediverse, you can follow and be followed by folks from other servers.

[2019-09-10] documentation/FAQ.md at master · tootsuite/documentation https://github.com/tootsuite/documentation/blob/master/Using-Mastodon/FAQ.md [[mastodon]]

Since Mastodon version 1.6 we use the ActivityPub protocol which is a recommended W3C standard.

[2019-09-10] Mastodon Twitter Crossposter https://crossposter.masto.donte.com.br/ [[mastodon]]

mastodon + search

[2019-09-10] Eugen: "If text search is ever implemented, it should be …" - Mastodon https://mastodon.social/@Gargron/4947733

If text search is ever implemented, it should be limited to your home timeline/mentions only. Lack of full-text search on general content is intentional, due to negative social dynamics of it in other networks

[2019-09-10] Search doesn't find posts · Issue #594 · tootsuite/mastodon https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/issues/594

In my opinion, being able to search for as much as possible is quite appealing.
To still give users a tool against harrasment and avoiding surprises, I suggest a opt-out privacy option to allow own Toots to be find by such a search.

[2019-12-28] Walking the faster-than-light tightrope https://ahelwer.ca/post/2018-12-07-chsh/

[2020-05-28] ">(8) Venkatesh Rao on Twitter: "If anyone is still gets me and @visakanv confused, these tweet maps say it all 🤣 Guess which one is me and which one is visa’s? https://t.co/YF0vhXOEsY" / Twitter

If anyone is still gets me and @visakanv
 confused, these tweet maps say it all
Guess which one is me and which one is visa’s?

[2019-09-02] Dagre Interactive Demo https://dagrejs.github.io/project/dagre-d3/latest/demo/interactive-demo.html [[viz]] [[graph]]

[2019-03-06] SparkFun Electronics https://www.sparkfun.com/

[2019-06-16] Windows 95 for VirtualBox : windows95 https://www.reddit.com/r/windows95/comments/8uoefs/windows_95_for_virtualbox/

[2019-06-16] [Sun Care] Bioré vs La Roche-Posay? : SkincareAddiction https://www.reddit.com/r/SkincareAddiction/comments/7c04yb/sun_care_bior%C3%A9_vs_la_rocheposay/

I would go for LRP, it has better UVA protection compared to Biore and does not have alcohol. Both should not leave a significant white cast. Anthelios can get a bit sticky though.
LRP has a line in Japan call "Uvidea" which has the protection of LRP standard and consistency of typical Japanese sunscreen. You may want to check that out.

[2019-06-16] Daniel's XL Toolbox - Local file sharing with Samba and VirtualBox guests https://www.xltoolbox.net/blog/2013/11/local-file-sharing-with-samba-and-virtualbox-guests.html

Make sure to not allow others to create and delete files in this folder.
Alternatively, if you like to use the terminal, issue something like this:
net usershare add documents /home/daniel/Documents "Vhost documents" daniel:f
Of course, you need to adjust the paths and user name to your own.
The net usershare command also provides options to list and remove shares; the options are displayed when the command is issued as-is.

[2019-11-15] serializer - 300 https://serializer.io

[2019-11-21] reader for hackernews?

[2019-05-26] Finding the Perfect 10: How We Developed the Foursquare Venue Rating System https://medium.com/foursquare-direct/finding-the-perfect-10-how-we-developed-the-foursquare-venue-rating-system-c76b08f7b9b3 [[rating]]

[2019-08-03] Scientists create first billion-atom biomolecular simulation https://phys.org/news/2019-04-scientists-billion-atom-biomolecular-simulation.html

[2020-02-15] 42wim/matterbridge: bridge between mattermost, IRC, gitter, xmpp, slack, discord, telegram, rocketchat, steam, twitch, ssh-chat, zulip, whatsapp, keybase, matrix and more with REST API (mattermost not required!) https://github.com/42wim/matterbridge

[2020-04-11] The Sad Saga of Purism and the Librem 5 | Hacker News https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=21369733

[2019-07-30] a list of @visakanv's threads https://www.notion.so/a-list-of-visakanv-s-threads-1a6ed25cf06e49e388a303903d597b73

[2018-12-22] c# - Writing musical notes to a wav file - Stack Overflow https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4974531/writing-musical-notes-to-a-wav-file [[quitar]]

[2018-06-10] Stumbled into r/homelab? Start Here! : homelab https://www.reddit.com/r/homelab/comments/5gz4yp/stumbled_into_rhomelab_start_here [[hobby]]

[2019-12-26] Airtable https://airtable.com

[2020-01-01] Why I Switched from ZSH to FISH - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻 https://dev.to/joshmedeski/why-i-switched-from-zsh-to-fish-2j17

[2020-01-02] Bridge setup with Docker · tulir/mautrix-telegram Wiki https://github.com/tulir/mautrix-telegram/wiki/Bridge-setup-with-Docker [[telegram]] [[matrix]]

[2020-01-05] reMarkable: the perfect tablet for academics https://artagnon.com/articles/rM [[remarkable]]

[2020-01-06] Hundred Rabbits — Off the grid https://100r.co/pages/off_the_grid.html#visas [[offline]] [[offgrid]]

[2020-01-09] Bálint 🎭: "This is amazing, we evolved the alphabet from pic…" - x0r.be https://x0r.be/@szbalint/99834795406169086

This is amazing, we evolved the alphabet from pictograms to highly stylized characters to letters and now we're going full circle by incorporating emojis

[2020-01-11] 1x Engineer https://1x.engineer/

[2019-12-24] Comparison to similar solutions — kibitzr 5.4.3 documentation https://kibitzr.readthedocs.io/en/latest/comparison.html

Kibitzr vs Huginn

[2019-12-22] Year in Review: 2019 :: Up and to the Right — Jonathan Borichevskiy https://jborichevskiy.com/posts/year-in-review-2019/

Lots of downstream effects from getting this right - better remote education, professional collaboration, and more accessible therapy to name a few.

[2019-12-24] algebrai I ran into the same problem again, and there's a much better solution now. Just use pygtail:

Pygtail reads log file lines that have not been read. It will even handle log files that have been rotated. Based on logcheck's logtail2 (http://logcheck.org)

[2019-12-24] Does anyone else use Huginn? What do you use it … - homelab - Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/homelab/comments/8fol6y/does_anyone_else_use_huginn_what_do_you_use_it_for/

[2019-09-23] Thoughts on improving chat systems | Lobsters https://lobste.rs/s/5cxjxw/thoughts_on_improving_chat_systems

[2019-11-03] Check4Change – Get this Extension for 🦊 Firefox (en-US) https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/check4change/?src=search

[2019-11-22] Cohen's kappa - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cohen%27s_kappa

Cohen's kappa measures the agreement between two raters who each classify N items into C mutually exclusive categories.

[2019-12-18] Calm Technology https://calmtech.com/

[2020-05-23] Multi decrypt: Detached file signatures · Issue #1380 · open-keychain/open-keychain

Multi decrypt: Detached file signatures

[2019-09-03] I'm the author of ag. That was a really good comparison of the different code se… | Hacker News https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=12567328

[2019-09-08] Биохакеры пообещали создать «пиратскую» генную терапию в сто раз дешевле оригинала https://nplus1.ru/news/2019/09/02/biohackingglybera

Биохакеры пообещали создать «пиратскую» генную терапию в сто раз дешевле оригинала

[2019-09-09] Efficiency hacks for programmers | Lobsters https://lobste.rs/s/lfl2en/efficiency_hacks_for_programmers

Thanks to qutebrowser, I pretty much never have to use a mouse. Plus its integration with gopass including TOTP, extremely customizable config settings, and custom keybindings to integrate stuff like MPV for playing videos or opening magnet links with aria2, it’s incredible.

[2019-09-10] Browse Standard Ebooks - Standard Ebooks: Free and liberated ebooks, carefully produced for the true book lover. https://standardebooks.org/ebooks/

[2019-09-10] WoeUSB/README.md at master · slacka/WoeUSB https://github.com/slacka/WoeUSB/blob/master/README.md [[windows]]

A Linux program to create a Windows USB stick installer from a real Windows DVD or image.

[2019-05-04] Biohacking Is a Bitch – NEO.LIFE – Medium https://medium.com/neodotlife/david-ishee-crispr-dogs-dalmatians-d24a48d5d874

[2019-05-21] quiksilver10152/P300: Uses OpenBCI headset to interpret subject's focus on a 6x6 grid of letters and numbers and type out the corresponding figure. https://github.com/quiksilver10152/P300 [[bci]]

[2019-01-06] viguix/OpenBCIGUIAlphaPowerBattle: What is more exciting than a brain-controlled helicopter battle against two people? We only need two brains, one OpenBCI board, one Arduino board, two digital potentiometers, and two toy helicopters. Are you ready for this? https://github.com/viguix/OpenBCI_GUI_Alpha_Power_Battle [[bci]]

[2019-04-23] How to make touch career decisions - 80,000 Hours https://80000hours.org/career-decision/article/?utm_source=The+EA+Newsletter&utm_campaign=04ca3c2244-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_04_03_04_26&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_51c1df13ac-04ca3c2244-318697649

[2019-05-10] Literature Review: MDMA – Aceso Under Glass https://acesounderglass.com/2018/09/19/literature-review-mdma/ [[psy]]

[2019-02-14] What are some of the coolest sensors I might not know about? /r/arduino

[2019-02-14] Gesture sensor: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12787?gclid=CMeE99XUscUCFRCCaQod2aYAcw

https://www.reddit.com/r/arduino/comments/35928o/what_are_some_of_the_coolest_sensors_i_might_not/

[2019-04-11] Air movement sensor https://www.reddit.com/r/arduino/comments/35928o/what_are_some_of_the_coolest_sensors_i_might_not/cr2kd71/

hmm could use it for bathroom?

[2019-05-10] How To Shortcut The Mindfulness Learning Curve with e-Meditation - Warrior.do https://www.warrior.do/e-meditation/

[2020-04-05] The happy state of | Lobsters https://lobste.rs/s/3wknua/happy_state

[2020-02-12] Bookmarklet Creator with Script Includer - Peter Coles https://mrcoles.com/bookmarklet/

[2020-01-14] Post-glacial rebound - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-glacial_rebound

[2020-05-19] adept/full-fledged-hledger: Tutorial on Hledger setup with multi-year files, multi-source imports and a range of auto-generated reports

[2020-07-24] Ask HN: Is it just me? why is “news” so addictive? | Hacker News

[2020-06-05] Wiby - Search Engine for the Classic Web

[2020-09-16] Study investigates ‘entities’ seen while using DMT - Big Think [[psy]]

[2020-12-19] Megaprocessor

The Megaprocessor is a micro-processor built large. Very large.

[2021-01-23] (1) Joscha: Computational Meta-Psychology - YouTube

48:27 evolution of PLs vs religion hahaha

[2019-12-20] Awesome Bar v2 - MozillaWiki https://wiki.mozilla.org/Awesome_Bar_v2

[2019-12-04] Personality Characteristics https://web.archive.org/web/20190805194413/http://www.catb.org/jargon/html/personality.html

The most obvious common ‘personality’ characteristics of hackers are high intelligence, consuming curiosity, and facility with intellectual abstractions. Also, most hackers are ‘neophiles’, stimulated by and appreciative of novelty (especially intellectual novelty). Most are also relatively individualistic and anti-conformist.

[2019-11-18] Giulio S. on Twitter: "I made a chrome extension that tells you the likelihood that the selected text was generated by an AI. Have a look everyone! github repo link: https://t.co/iIVoXvCa00 chrome web store link: https://t.co/76fv2LNm32 https://t.co/F8quNMK7Cf https://t.co/sj5lnGDSWu" / Twitter

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made a chrome extension that tells you the likelihood that the selected text was generated by an AI. Have a look everyone!

[2020-06-07] Evizero/UnicodePlots.jl: Unicode-based scientific plotting for working in the terminal [[viz]] [[cli]]

[2020-06-15] Guix Reduces Bootstrap Seed by 50% — 2019 — Blog — GNU Guix

[2020-06-15] Guix Further Reduces Bootstrap Seed to 25% — 2020 — Blog — GNU Guix

In a previous blog post we elaborate on why this reduction and bootstrappability in general is so important.

[2020-05-27] Soldat/soldat: Soldat is a unique 2D (side-view) multiplayer action game [[games]]

[2020-06-20] Why Figma Wins | Hacker News

Designer here. My experience has been that Figma has done the opposite. It's created a lot of consistency with shared component libraries and standardized type / color styles. Also, the fact that engineers can jump into Figma and inspect CSS has been immensely helpful.
In the design world, Figma is like the equivalent of getting a robust IDE with syntax highlighting, code completion, compilation, and debugging. It's replaced multiple tools and connected people in a way that's never been possible.

[2020-11-08] crowdsecurity/crowdsec: Crowdsec - An open-source, lightweight agent to detect and respond to bad behaviours. It also automatically benefits from our global community-wide IP reputation database.

[2019-09-15] Death Trash http://deathtrash.com/index.html [[games]]

[2020-01-02] I hear that argument very frequently and I don’t buy it. Think about all the ga… | Hacker News https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=21930751

jupp0r 2 hours ago | unvote | parent | flag | favorite | on: Software Disenchantment (2018)
I hear that argument very frequently and I don’t buy it.
Think about all the gas that is saved because people don’t have to drive to the library, all the plane trips saved by video conferencing, all the photo film, all the sheets of paper in file cabinets, all the letters being sent as emails, all the mail order catalogues, ... you get the idea.
Does anybody know of a comprehensive study on this?

[2020-06-12] ">(6) DHH on Twitter: "I don't know exactly what I'm making yet! I don't know what the API is supposed to finally feel like. But I know I'm getting closer. And then, once the idea has a clear shape and an outline, I bring in the tests to make finishing up go faster." / Twitter

I don't know exactly what I'm making yet! I don't know what the API is supposed to finally feel like. But I know I'm getting closer. And then, once the idea has a clear shape and an outline, I bring in the tests to make finishing up go faster.

[2021-03-03] tomnomnom/gron: Make JSON greppable! [[json]]

gron transforms JSON into discrete assignments to make it easier to grep for what you want and see the absolute 'path' to it. It eases the exploration of APIs that return large blobs of JSON but have terrible documentation.

[2020-05-21] New Show | Hacker News [[hackernews]]

[2020-01-23] Kezz Bracey: "For indecisive instance hoppers like me with mult…" - Mastodon https://mastodon.social/@freedcreative/103535168771768561 [[mastodon]]

For indecisive instance hoppers like me with multiple homes in the #fediverse & #mastodon, there's a great extension for #firefox that lets you set a main instance for remote follows so it's a bit quicker and easier.

[2020-02-09] On Moving Away :: Up and to the Right — Jonathan Borichevskiy

[2020-03-09] Pinboard: Bookmark Detail https://pinboard.in/u:hschilling/b:1b050549dd9f [[bci]]

Hacking your brain with OpenBCI, Node.js, and PsychoPy

[2021-03-24] Ask HN: Digital Nomads: What's Your Setup? [[nomad]]

not much super useful info in comments thouhg – mostly US specific

[2020-03-26] michaelnielsen on Twitter: "@eriktorenberg @glenweyl Empirically, it's not really correct. The most unusual people I know are mostly extreme loners; a smaller minority are mostly at the other end of being extremely social, but with an intense capacity to be alone. Grothendieck said it quite well: https://t.co/bVmbbO7RIb" / Twitter

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Empirically, it's not really correct. The most unusual people I know are mostly extreme loners; a smaller minority are mostly at the other end of being extremely social, but with an intense capacity to be alone. Grothendieck said it quite well:

[2020-12-05] Tweet from @alphyna

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@alphyna: @lampimampi хотя нет, ещё важное есть.
когда тебе долго плохо, ты этого не замечаешь. тебе не грустно, тебя не мучает. ты просто становишься скучным. ты просто устаёшь. ты просто больше не рисуешь. и не играешь. всё не плохо, всё просто пресно.
это очень легко упустить — и жить так годами.

crowdled thing [[electronics]]

so if you short circuit the two top rightmost contacts, it cycles colors. hmmmm! maybe expose couple of wires to the outside

closest relevant info I found: https://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/377981/how-can-i-reuse-a-crowdled-bracelet?newreg=9fc742d478f545a2a5ecfa700e20cf13

[2020-05-26] (3) Andy Matuschak on Twitter: "Highly recommended! Hamming is here to tell you about excellence. His lessons unfold through personal stories of discovery and failure—life as an extraordinary scientist. But Hamming demands that you do extraordinary work, too, and for that he offers the best advice I know." / Twitter

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Hamming is here to tell you about excellence. His lessons unfold through personal stories of discovery and failure—life as an extraordinary scientist. But Hamming demands that you do extraordinary work, too, and for that he offers the best advice I know.

[2016-08-17] b trees

pro: high branching factor -> less lookups

Indexes? Pointers to internal nodes?

B: keys and data are in internal or leaf

pro: deletion of internal nodes is complicated

B+: data is only stored in leaf nodes

pro: we can link all leaf nodes, data can be easily scanned
pro: implementation (e.g. deletion of internal nodes) is easier
con: store redundant search keys

[2017-12-31] using mouse less [[productivity]]

surfingkeys

[2019-06-18] pretty used to it by now

https://github.com/brhs/nomouse – pretty cool but it's for mac

just practice every day, disable touchpad for a while? [[habit]]

beeping sound each time you move mouse?

[2017-05-15] x [[exercise]] [[creatine]]

When you lift weights, your muscles are using anaerobic glycolysis to convert glucose available in the muscles to ATP.
Anaerobic glycolysis produces hydrogen ions, which inhibit the enzymes used in anaerobic glycolysis. This inhibition results in you running out of energy at the end of your set.
These ions quickly dissipate as you rest between sets, allowing you to start your next set with almost as much strength as the first.
Eventually though (say, after your 3rd set), you reach a point where you have depleted all the glucose stored in the muscle, and you need to allow a longer rest period to replenish the muscle glucose with glucose from the blood stream.
This is why you suddenly reach a point where you can't do any more sets - there's no fuel left in your muscles for glycolysis.

[2017-11-30] post's problem: intermediate computability

Lifehacks [[lifehack]]

cleaning the microwave: boil water for 1-2 minutes before cleaning

turn gloves inside out to dry.

switch the pocket you carry your wallet in, so trousers will last longer

automatic led in bathroom so you don't have to turn on the bright lights at night

[2016-08-22] Loop habit tracker app [[discipline]]

+ nice UI
+ notifications
+ no ads
++ open source, on f-droid?
- too simple, no tags and stuff

Tweet from @preskill [[towatch]]

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@preskill: Joan Feynman 1927-2020. You can get a sense of how remarkable Joan was from her presentation in 2018 at the Feynman 100 celebration.

[2020-08-27] Joe Rogan Experience 285 - Tim Ferriss - YouTube [[towatch]]

yesteryear [[drill]]

from Worm

disquieting. [[drill]]

from Worm

{Volition} ability to exercise willpower [[drill]]

from Luminous

nonconcordance, [[drill]]

from Come as You Are

[2020-12-10] Arula Ratnakar 🧠💕 (@ArulaRatnakar): "I'll do my most recent published story too, why not? Top three honest inspirations for "Lone Puppeteer of a Sleeping City" in @clarkesworld -The Matrix (1999) -Predestination (2014) -DARK (the Netflix show)" | nitter [[towatch]]

I'll do my most recent published story too, why not? Top three honest inspirations for "Lone Puppeteer of a Sleeping City" in @clarkesworld

-The Matrix (1999)
-Predestination (2014)
-DARK (the Netflix show)

[2017-10-03] hyperbolic discounting [[rational]]

https://www.gwern.net/Melatonin#self-discipline

This dilemma is far from unique. It is called hyperbolic discounting; humans can make the rational decision when at a great distance from a choice, but the closer they come, the more warped their decisions are.

[2017-11-30] 3SAT limit of approxibility Hastad

satisfying 7/8 clauses: randomize, polynomial (linearity of expectation)
satisfying 7/8 + eps: NPC

[2015-06-19] Байконур [[space]]

Союз: escape pod для критических ситуаций, отделяется первым
потом боковые двигатели, падают в незаселенной местности
3.5 G на несколько секунд
Взлетает несколько минут

side burn to avoid the colision

Reentry: 140 km: separates descent module

Capsule's lift increases/decreases when it is rotating, enables the possibility for "surfing" the atmosphere

[2020-12-01] John von Neumann's genius and flaws /r/math [[bio]]

Bear in mind that the scientists in the Manhattan Project thought they were developing a weapon to destroy Hitler. (As it happened the war in Europe ended a few months before the bomb was ready.)
When you consider that von Neumann was Jewish, and had worked in Germany just before Hitler's rise to power, and certainly had many, many friends and colleagues lose their lives in the death camps--it starts to make a bit of sense. With historical figures like this, I often find it helpful to imagine being in their shoes making decisions, rather than thinking about it from our detached current-day perspective with perfect hindsight.
Also you've probably learned that von Neumann invented the modern subject of game theory. He understood that Mutual Assured Destruction meant that, ironically, the great powers would be unlikely to ever use nuclear weapons against each other. Which has--so far--been the case. Von Neumann, if he were alive today, might point out that the number of people killed in wars has dramatically dropped since the invention of the bomb.

[2020-07-27] Murray Gell-Mann (Scientist) - YouTube

[2020-10-01] (1) The Mystery Flaw of Solar Panels - YouTube

very good explanation of solar panel physics

[2020-09-16] IKEA effect - Wikipedia

The IKEA effect is a cognitive bias in which consumers place a disproportionately high value on products they partially created.

[2020-09-13] (14) Батыгин - русская звезда мировой науки (English subs) - YouTube [[russian]]

awesome guy, nice interview

[2020-08-12] (4) Why Trains are so Expensive - YouTube

[2017-04-20] Lagrangian points [[space]]

Only the first three Lagrangian points are unstable positions. They're unstable in the same way as the point at the top of a hill. A ball balanced exactly in the center of the peak will stay put, but given a slight nudge in any direction it will roll down the slope and away.
(This is the main reason SOHO doesn't sit exactly on the L1 point, but orbits it instead.)
The Trojan points, L4 and L5, are stable. They act more like the bottom of a bowl. If an object there is nudged, gravity will tend to draw it back toward where it started.

[2020-08-18] Иваненко, Дмитрий Дмитриевич — Википедия

В. Л. Гинзбург в интервью утверждает, что Иваненко писал доносы на Тамма и на него

[2013-02-15] http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/ru/phil_plait_how_to_defend_earth_from_asteroids.html [[earth]]

[2015-06-14] animation of Earth seen from the Sun http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Season#Elliptical_Earth_orbit Elliptical Earth orbit does not influence seasons [[earth]]

[2014-01-27] Is there any truth to the story of Heisenberg intentionally sabotaging the Nazi nuclear program in WWII? /r/AskHistorians

During World War II, the German atomic energy program decided, by 1942, to be entirely focused on reactor development. This was, they thought, the area of nuclear fission research was most likely to produce useful military results in the short term. They thought bombs were probably possible but incredibly difficult to construct, and did not think any other nation was going to have any success with them in the short term. The German teams honestly thought they were ahead of the entire world in fission research, and when a group of the top people were carted off to a British manor house, Farm Hall, at the end of the war, they thought that maybe the Allies were trying to keep them from giving their knowledge to the Soviets (true) and that the Allies would want their knowledge for themselves (false).

When they heard about the bombing of Hiroshima, they were shocked and surprised. Many of them refused to believe the United States could have pulled off a bomb. After getting more news information and talking it over, they realized it was in fact possible if the USA had thrown tremendous resources at it, and also realized that some of their assumptions about the size of the critical mass for the bomb were off.

This left them in a tricky situation in terms of their egos and their nationalism. Were they simply failures? This is what Otto Hahn (discoverer of fission, and no fan of Hitler) suggested — that they were just second-raters.

But many of them started to create and cling to a different story. They weren't accidental failures — maybe they were _deliberate_ failures. Maybe they didn't really _want_ to make a bomb, and that's why they didn't do it. This isn't the same thing as saying they _intentionally sabotaged_ the project, but it was more of a psychological explanation. If they had wanted to make a bomb, surely they would have done more work in that direction, right? So they must not have wanted to make a bomb. Because who would want to give Hitler a bomb?

This story — known to historians as the _Lesart_ of the German atomic program — was propagated in subtle ways in the aftermath of World War II. It achieved its initial circulation in Robert Jungk's _ Brighter than a Thousand Suns_ (_Heller als tausend Sonnen_) in 1956. Jungk was the first to suggest, based on a vague _Lesart_ explanation offered up by Heisenberg, that Heisenberg had intentionally sabotaged the project. Heisenberg himself was somewhat appalled by this. Here is what he wrote to Jungk in 1956:

> You speak here towards the end of the second paragraph about active resistance to Hitler, and I believe—pardon my frankness—that this passage is determined by a total misunderstanding of a totalitarian dictatorship. In a dictatorship active resistance can only be practiced by people who seemingly take part in the system. When someone speaks openly against the system, he quite certainly deprives himself of any possibility of active resistance. For either he then expresses his criticism of the system only occasionally in a politically harmless form, and then his political influence can be blocked very easily; say, with respect to the youth, by people saying: Sure, old Professor X is a nice old man, but he naturally has no understanding for the enthusiasm of the youth, or something of the sort. Or, conversely, he really tries, say, to move the students politically, and then within a few days he naturally would meet his end in a concentration camp, and even his self-sacrificing death would remain practically unknown, since no one would be allowed to talk about it. _I would not want this remark to be misunderstood as saying that I myself engaged in resistance to Hitler._

Which is rather equivocating to say the least. Heisenberg isn't actually implying he did _anything_ in this particular letter, though he is implying that he did some kind of passive resistance.

Historians have gone over Heisenberg's wartime activities in detail. There's no evidence whatsoever of intentional sabotage. Heisenberg actually went to great lengths to show he was in line with Nazi Germany's overall foreign intentions, and used his position to stump for Germany and German culture in occupied countries. He vigorously pursued reactor research. He did not vigorously pursue bomb research, but this is because, again, he did not think it was feasible in the short term. Here is another Heisenberg letter to Jungk, from 1957:

> [In 1941] we in the uranium project had come to the following conclusion, on the basis of our experiments with uranium and heavy water: It will definitely be possible to build an energy-producing reactor out of uranium and heavy water. In this reactor (on the basis of theoretical work by von Weizsäcker) a product of U-239 [U-239 decays into Plutonium-239] will be generated that, like U-235, will be suitable as an explosive for atomic bombs. At the time we did not know of any process that could have produced significant quantities of U-235 with an effort that could be realized technically in Germany under wartime conditions. Since the production of atomic explosives using reactors could also obviously be realized only through many years of running huge reactors, it was clear to us in any case that the production of atomic bombs would only be possible with an enormous technical effort. Thus we knew that atomic bombs could be made in principle, but we also estimated that the necessary technical effort was
bigger than it really was.

> This situation seemed to us a particularly favorable precondition for the physicists to have an influence on the further course of events. For if the production of atomic bombs had been impossible, then the problem would not have arisen at all; but if it had been easily possible, then the physicists surely would not have been able to hinder their production. But the actual situation gave the physicists at this time a decisive influence on the further course of events, since they could argue vis-a-vis their governments that the atomic bombs would probably not come into
play in the course of the war, or else argue that it would instead perhaps still be possible, with absolutely enormous efforts, to put them into play. That both ways of arguing were objectively fully justified was shown by the course of developments; for in fact even the Americans could not put the atomic bomb to use against Germany.

The first paragraph of this letter is born out through documentation — the Germans knew that reactors might be a route to the bomb, but they also knew it would require large reactors. Their work on a small research reactor (which would have been worthless for bomb use) was slow and piecemeal and did not reflect any active bomb concern. They knew about uranium enrichment but considered it too difficult to really pursue in earnest.

The second paragraph is the more problematic one. Again, Heisenberg isn't actually saying that he sabotaged anything. What he's saying was, under the conditions that existed, physicists could have pushed for the bomb if they really thought they could do it, but nobody in the government would fault them if they didn't. Is he saying they didn't push for the bomb because they didn't want Hitler to have one? No. But he's allowing that interpretation to be made if you want to make it.

In short, even Heisenberg himself didn't ever really claim that he sabotaged the German atomic bomb project in any real way. At best he implied that maybe he wasn't as enthusiastic about the bomb as he could have been, which is in line with the preservation of the idea that he wasn't just a screw-up on this front. But there's no evidence he did anything like that. Of course, as Heisenberg himself pointed out in the first letter I quoted, the nature of being a passive resister in a totalitarian government is that you appear to be going along with the plan but you might not actually be going along with it. This makes the Heisenberg issue a tricky one for historians, because, as he points out, if he simply withheld enthusiasm for the bomb but otherwise made like a good German, it would be _indistinguishable_ from the situation where he just didn't push for it because he thought it wasn't very feasible.

I think the Farm Hall transcripts make it clear that Heisenberg truly didn't think it was feasible, and in fact hadn't thought seriously about the physics of atomic bombs at all. (His discussions there reflect deep misunderstandings about how fast neutron fission chain reactions work.) Which to me puts him in the "was just a screw-up" camp, as opposed to the "was silently and passively resisting" camp.

[2015-06-19] Mir: The attitude (orientation) of the station was independently determined by a set of externally mounted sun, star and horizon sensors [[space]]

cool biohacking wiki [[biohacking]]

[2019-01-29] diy-human-gene-therapy-with-crispr [[biohacking]] [[crispr]] [[dna]]

http://diyhpl.us/wiki/transcripts/diy-human-gene-therapy-with-crispr/
pretty hilarious

[2019-01-29] kits http://diyhpl.us/wiki/diybio/faq/kits/

[2019-01-29] equipment http://diyhpl.us/wiki/diybio/faq/equipment/

[2019-01-29] articles http://diyhpl.us/wiki/articles/

[2020-08-23] Nth Country Experiment - Wikipedia [[nuclear]]

The experiment consisted in paying three recent young physicists who had just received their PhDs, though had no prior weapons experience, to develop a working nuclear weapon design using only unclassified information, and with basic computational and technical support.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nth_Country_Experiment

[2020-08-18] Being in the topic of Paul Dirac, there is a wonderful biography - **The Strange… | Hacker News

Being in the topic of Paul Dirac, there is a wonderful biography - The Strangest Man: The Hidden Life of Paul Dirac, Quantum Genius, by Graham Farmelo.

It is an exceptionally well-written biography of one of the greatest physicists, and a rare combination of a page-turner and a book written with the English reserve.

Besides the history of an important part of physics, and its historical background (including the rise of Nazism and Stalinism, WWII and later - Cold War) one can clearly see that science is not a dry product, polished from its very beginning. It's a process, created by various people, of different personalities and views, having simple and genial ideas, making blunt mistakes, and having life besides science (even Dirac).

Also, it shows science (here: physics) as a sociological process, with its centre shifting from Cambridge (centred around E. Rutherford), Copenhagen and Gottingen to Princeton, Moscow, ...

[2020-10-29] Интервью с создателем Total Commander - Статьи Software

. The gun didn't go off. It simply disappeared in a brilliant flash of blue light,

Todo blog about singularity books
from The Metamorphosis of Prime Intellect by Roger Williams

https://github.com/randyrants/sharpkeys/releases to remap caps to esc [[windows]] [[setup]]

[2020-07-13] OpenTopoMap - Topographische Karten aus OpenStreetMap [[maps]]

[2020-09-16] Jonny Lee Miller - Wikipedia

He first starred in the film Hackers (1995), with Angelina Jolie, whom he married in 1996.
Shortly after Hackers, Miller was cast as Sick Boy in Trainspotting. He was suggested for the role by Ewan McGregor.
The accent he used in the film was regarded as very convincing, leading some people to incorrectly believe that he was Scottish.
Miller has stated: "I had to do a lot of work. I read and re-read the book and I pretended to be Scottish all the time I was in Glasgow, hanging around with Scots, picking up bits and pieces on the street and in bars.
... so I've tried to just pick up a general, composite accent.

[2019-09-10] Gutenberg [[books]]

https://www.gutenberg.org

[2019-04-13] Dynamicland https://dynamicland.org/ [[bretvictor]] [[thinking]]

[2019-03-23] Bret Victor - The Humane Representation of Thought - YouTube [[thinking]]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agOdP2Bmieg&list=WL&t=198s&index=62
ok talk, but only ideas, no particular suggestions how to implement this

[2019-03-14] pel-daniel/mind-bicyles: List of future of programming projects [[programming]] [[thinking]]

https://github.com/pel-daniel/mind-bicyles

[2019-04-08] ok, interesting but nothing that I can directly use. Perhaps I should at least strive for trying to utilize and make IDE I already got properly working?

[2019-05-03] Tweet from Katia Moskvitch (@SciTechCat), at May 3, 09:42 [[environment]]

Environmentalists shout: coffee capsules are killing the planet. I decided to take a closer look. Next time you're buying your latte/espresso ☕️ at a coffee shop or make your filter coffee, remember that it's much WORSE than pods. Here is why: https://t.co/MJddLmELax @WiredUK

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[2019-12-11] On Getting Creative Ideas - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fSB6ut-cT0&list=WL&index=49
ok talk, but nothing really specific

[2019-12-07] On Getting Creative Ideas - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fSB6ut-cT0&list=WL&index=49

many ideas developed because they were finally treated seriously. E.g. Planck and Einstein's explaination of photoeffect. Or brownian motion (molecules treated seriously)
you need a little bit of noise so you don't end up in local minimum while navigating ideas landscape (e.g. simulated annealing). example: thinking about last word in the daily newspaper

[2019-04-19] I spent a weekend at Google talking with nerds about charity. I came away … worried. - Vox [[ea]]

https://www.vox.com/2015/8/10/9124145/effective-altruism-global-ai
some interesting opinion on effective altruism

[2019-04-08] The Most Hyped Technology of Every Year From 2000-2018 - Visual Capitalist [[technology]]

https://www.visualcapitalist.com/technology-hype-cycles-2000-2018/

[2019-04-19] Bret Victor, beast of burden

http://worrydream.com/#!/ABriefRantOnTheFutureOfInteractionDesign

[2019-04-19] Responses: A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design

http://worrydream.com/ABriefRantOnTheFutureOfInteractionDesign/responses.html

The point of the rant was that the solution will be discovered through long research, and that research won't happen without an awareness of the problem.

[2020-05-16] Bret Victor - Seeing Spaces - YouTube

[2018-06-10] Supervised vs unsupervised [[ml]]

Unsupervised learning is the machine learning task of inferring a function to describe hidden structure from unlabeled data. Since the examples given to the learner are unlabeled, there is no error or reward signal to evaluate a potential solution

pascal's mugging [[rational]]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pascal%27s_mugging
https://www.lesswrong.com/posts/a5JAiTdytou3Jg749/pascal-s-mugging-tiny-probabilities-of-vast-utilities

[2018-09-28] twitter thread "> [[herbs]]

  Бактерицидное и фунгицидное вещество в чесноке - аллицин. При этом оно не сразу сожержится в чесноке(!) >>
  Чтобы аллиин (содержится в чесноке сразу) превратился в аллицин - нужно раздавить/разрезать чеснок и дать полежать на воздухе ~10 мин
  93. Масло примулы вечерней (ослинника) - очень крутая вещь для кожи из-за высокого содержания в нём гамма-линоленовой кислоты.
Alice Gurska
  117. К роду Полынь относится 481 вид растений. Самая распространённая на ваших кухнях - эстрагон, она же тархун.
  119. Есть полынь лечебная - она же укропное дерево, божье дерево. Пахнет одновременно и хвоей, и укропом и лимоном.

[2019-06-15] Bret Victor on Twitter: "@mayli kinda wish Siri would go in the opposite direction. I think the most dangerous habit is thinking of an algorithm as a human being." [[ai]]

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@mayli kinda wish Siri would go in the opposite direction. I think the most dangerous habit is thinking of an algorithm as a human being.

Against Empathy by Paul Bloom on Blinkist

[2019-05-09] What the fuck, 1 in 4000 is a lot!

Hey, I highlighted “That odds that Kravinsky would die from the transplant procedure were one in four thousand, whereas the recipient was sure to die if he didn’t donate his kidney. With so little risk and such a great reward, the choice was obvious, and empathy needn’t factor in at all.” in

https://blinkist.com/share/highlights/5cd3d541d32d7a0011349bd0?utm_campaign=highlight&utm_source=bk_loop

[2020-10-22] Problem with order [[amazon]]

If the seller does not resolve your issue within 48 hours of the first message, you can revisit this page to check if you are eligible to request an A-to-z Guarantee refund.

[2020-05-05] How Sustainable is a Solar Powered Website? | Lobsters

It sounds like you’re unironically criticizing people for participating in society while also trying to improve society. Any serious attempt to address the climate crisis will require the coordinated participation of our whole civilization, individual action is insufficient, but it is still valuable for individuals to explore what steps our society could take to address the climate crisis. People do not have to be ideologically pure in order to try to make the world a better place.

[2018-09-04] How did people deal with rotting teeth before modern dentistry and antibiotics? /r/AskHistorians

Mostly they just suffered through. In some cases they had teeth pulled. In general, prior to modern highly starchy highly sugary diets people didn't have quite so many teeth problems, though even so any dental problems that remain without remedy tend to be extremely painful and life altering.
There are many historical stories of people laboring through tooth and mouth pain. The oldest historical accounts of tooth problems are seven millenia old from Sumeria. Historically there was a misconception that cavities and tooth decay were caused by a "tooth worm", which is a surprisingly common belief across many different separate cultures. This might be due to the appearance of the tooth nerve, which is somewhat worm-like.
As an example, Queen Elizabeth I of England had a history of bad teeth, and suffered from toothaches from time to time. In one case she had such a severe toothache that she couldn't sleep or get much done and eventually had the tooth extracted.
Historical records are not really good enough to get reliable statistics on dental issues as a cause of death, though there have been studies on remains to estimate such statistics (such as [this one](http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3094918/)) which generally come to the conclusion that poor dental health contributed to higher mortality.

[2019-03-31] Why AlphaZero’s Artificial Intelligence Has Trouble With the Real World | Quanta Magazine

https://www.quantamagazine.org/why-alphazeros-artificial-intelligence-has-trouble-with-the-real-world-20180221/

[2019-03-31] IMPALA seems to transfer knowledge between tasks, meaning time spent playing one game also helps it improve at others

[2019-03-31] Another OpenAI project pits simulated humans against one another in a sumo match, where they end up teaching themselves how to tackle and feint. During self-play, “you can never rest, you must always improve,” Sutskever said.

[2019-03-31] That’s why self-play and deep neural networks fit together so well. Self-play churns out troves of games, giving deep neural networks a theoretically unlimited supply of the data they need to teach themselves. In turn, the deep neural networks offer a way to internalize the experiences and patterns encountered in self-play.

[2019-03-31] Since 2008, hundreds of thousands of human players have attempted Foldit, an online game where users are scored on the stability and feasibility of the protein structures they fold. A machine could train itself in a similar manner, perhaps by trying to beat its previous best score with general reinforcement learning.

[2019-05-12] dessant/buster: Captcha solver extension for humans

https://github.com/dessant/buster

[2019-12-27] Viewpoint: Toward a computer for Visual Thinkers | Lobsters

https://lobste.rs/s/fo40j7/viewpoint_toward_computer_for_visual
seemed a bit vaporwavy

[2019-12-23] Please consider permanent redirects as permament - Tiny Tiny RSS / Support - Tiny Tiny RSS: Community

https://community.tt-rss.org/t/please-consider-permanent-redirects-as-permament/470/12
jesus, the author? is some massive asshole. fuck this

[2019-12-29] Without trying to sound rude, why do anesthesiologists exist? I assume they do more than just put someone under, but why is it a completely different profession than just a surgeon? /r/NoStupidQuestions

I’m not sure what the major difference would be, but my girlfriend is an anesthesiologist for a vet. Her explanation is that once the pet is under, it’s consistent micro adjustments and monitoring until the pet wakes up. Kind of like driving a car. It’ll go kinda straight but you have to turn the wheel ever so slightly consistently to get where you’re going safe.

[2019-01-06] New functional classes of writing systems? : conlangs [[language]] [[writing]]

https://www.reddit.com/r/conlangs/comments/4zc59o/new_functional_classes_of_writing_systems/

basically, some alternative writing system… nothing really novel

[2019-10-09] At the heart of these values is epistemic humility – a fancy way of saying that we must always keep in mind that we could be wrong or, at least, that we can always learn something from listening to the other side. [[rational]]

[2019-10-09] Virtue signaling comes in a few forms: 1) Talking about how cute the baby is (i.e. how correct the community’s sacred beliefs are) 2) Talking about how uncute the rival babies are (i.e. how wrong the community’s ideological opponents are) 3) Talking about how great the community itself is 4) Talking about how awful the rival communities themselves are [[rational]]

[2018-07-05] multiple logical volumes means separate space management. if you restrict data partition, then rest of system would work fine

[2020-03-10] donnemartin/system-design-primer: Learn how to design large-scale systems. Prep for the system design interview. Includes Anki flashcards.

https://github.com/donnemartin/system-design-primer

[2020-06-15] Ask HN: A way to adblock “we're using cookies” popups? | Hacker News

Remember that only cookies (or similar) used for tracking are forbidden and require prior consent.
Functional cookies like shopping carts, logged-in user sessions, etc do not require disclosure nor consent.

[2017-03-19] What hacker news app do you guys use? /r/RelayForReddit [[hackernews]]

If there was one exactly like Relay, I'd be thrilled. But there isn't, so I use materialistic.

[2019-08-12] «Вы даже не представляете, как много секс решает за вас!» Интервью с асексуалом — Нож [[sex]]

Был случай: я встречался с девушкой месяцев восемь, и она меня убеждала, что асексуалка и ничегошеньки ей от меня в постели не нужно. Я и расслабился. А она сбежала к какому-то любителю БДСМ, с которым за моей спиной мутила. Оказалось, он ее дошлепал нагайкой до оргазма, и всю асексуальность разом сняло, как простуду.

[2020-07-06] ">(2) Архетипический Фронтенд on Twitter: "Когда тебе 30 и ты собираешься выпить по бокалу красного с друзьями https://t.co/mFjeh8BYua" / Twitter

Когда тебе 30 и ты собираешься выпить по бокалу красного с друзьями

[2020-12-27] fish-shell/historyfile.cpp at a1fd9e1b851bd876fb70da2743623f015d955935 · fish-shell/fish-shell [[setup]]

shit. seems that it's not gonna be possible to add elapsed time in history, it's hardcoded…

[2019-08-09] How is China able to provide enough food to feed its population of over 1 billion people? Do they import food or are they self-sustainable? - Quora [[china]]

https://www.quora.com/How-is-China-able-to-provide-enough-food-to-feed-its-population-of-over-1-billion-people-Do-they-import-food-or-are-they-self-sustainable

[2018-03-17] negative interest [[finance]]

https://journal.tinkoff.ru/ask/negative-rates/
negative interest rate: incentivises spending??

[2019-01-24] The Future of Science | Michael Nielsen [[nielsen]] [[science]]

http://michaelnielsen.org/blog/the-future-of-science-2/
Ok, pretty interesting. so the point is we'd better collaborate, it's hard to do something completely by yourself in the current state of science.

[2018-09-03] Secular Solstice: Call and Response [[humanity]]

https://blog.jaibot.com/secular-solstice-call-and-response/

[2020-05-10] Project Horseshoe 2017 report section 3 [[design]]

[2018-08-20] Tweet from Stephen Fleming (@StephenFleming), at Mar 13, 03:33 [[design]]

Whoever decided to start putting shallow flat sinks in hotel bathrooms: Just stop!
Sinks are a solved problem. Sinks should be deep and curved. Shallow flat sinks splash water on your clothes, and leave globs of toothpaste that don’t go down the drain.
Just stop. https://t.co/APM8QtVmk7

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[2019-09-10] rufus for creating bootable windows 10 ISO [[windows]]

[2019-02-04] Controlling music with your mind | Steves Computer Vision Blog [[eeg]] [[ml]]

http://stevenhickson.blogspot.com/2014/02/controlling-music-with-your-mind.html

[2021-01-12] ">Max Roser on Twitter: "What is your favourite way in which humanity made progress against a big problem? Which invention? Which policy? Which product? Which discovery? Which idea?" / Twitter

What is your favourite way in which humanity made progress against a big problem?

Which invention? Which policy? Which product? Which discovery? Which idea?

[2021-01-06] Engelbart's law - Wikipedia [[drill]]

Engelbart's law is the observation that the intrinsic rate of human performance is exponential.

[2021-01-17] The values of Emacs, the Neovim revolution, and the VSCode gorilla - Murilo Pereira

ideas for new pages [[exobrain]]

better hold on creating new files, because many small files is a pain to manage

? [[minimalism]]

when it's not too crazy, more resiliency, possibly even nomadic lifestyle

[2021-01-24] programming-meta?

[2021-01-24] environment/climate/recycling?

[2021-01-24] productivity/discipline/gtd?

[2021-01-24] privacy?

[2021-01-24] writing/thinking?

[2021-01-24] computer science?

[2021-01-24] people: inpiring/funny/awesome in any way

[2019-11-18] Tweet from Denis Jabaudon (@denisjabaudon), at Nov 18, 04:32 [[vegan]]

https://t.co/raczfc1HFv

Animals used in scientific research in 1 year = animals eaten by humans in 1 day = animals killed by cats in 2 w.e.
Scientists use animals with care and parsimony, and only when no alternative is available. We still cannot move forward without them, there is too much at stake.

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[2019-11-08] длиннохвостая неясность on Twitter: "ok boomer - слабо - уровень мемов с фейсбука - не подходит, если собеседник не бумер держи в курсе, ебло ослиное - универсально - русский колорит - звучит так, будто ты в состоянии ввязаться в драку и победить" / Twitter

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ok boomer
- слабо
- уровень мемов с фейсбука
- не подходит, если собеседник не бумер

держи в курсе, ебло ослиное
- универсально
- русский колорит
- звучит так, будто ты в состоянии ввязаться в драку и победить

[2019-11-13] Tweet from Альфина (@alphyna), at Nov 13, 18:23

ощущение, что от интернета грамотность падает, возникает, потому что до интернета возможность публично письменно высказываться была только у образованных людей (журналистов там всяких). сравнивать средний коммент в интернете надо не со статьёй в газете, а с объявлением на ларьке. https://t.co/tdh0ohLtkT

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About Sennheisers if i get to crafting my own [[toblog]]

Tweet from @bengoertzel

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@bengoertzel: Yeah that was a really fun discussion Charles -- we hit on quite a number of interconnected critical issues and w / some real "cognitive synergy" there --  look forward to the chat going live  ;) twitter.com/IOHK_Charles/statu...

[2021-01-04] [Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas] 114 | Angela Chen on Asexuality in a Sex-Preoccupied World https://podcastaddict.com/episode/112449507 via @PodcastAddict

[2019-01-25] Toward an exploratory medium for mathematics [[nielsen]] [[math]] [[thinking]] [[pkm]]

http://cognitivemedium.com/emm/emm.html
ok, pretty interesting, but perhaps I need to reread..

[2019-01-24] Media for Thinking the Unthinkable [[thinking]]

http://worrydream.com/MediaForThinkingTheUnthinkable/

[2019-02-01] The authors have a rich picture in their heads, which they'd like to transmit to the reader's head. But paper is a "low-bandwidth channel", and much information is lost. (03:20)

[2019-02-01] Richard Hamming suggested that, like sounds we cannot hear, there could be thoughts we cannot thin 08:27

But how do we even know about such sounds? We build tools which adapt unhearable sounds to our human senses.

[2019-02-01] ok, pretty cool. I guess main point is being able to seeing and comparing families of systems, showing in different representations

[2020-02-12] Use a:visited in your CSS stylesheet [[css]] [[blog]]

https://evertpot.com/visited-links

[2019-10-21] Einstein Versus the Physical Review: Physics Today: Vol 58, No 9

https://physicstoday.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.2117822

[2019-12-05] Ash Jogalekar on Twitter: "Robert Oppenheimer didn't just teach his students physics; he taught them life. Mozart, Plato and Sanskrit were as much a part of their shared lives as cosmic rays and quantum electrodynamics. https://t.co/i8I7xxcURT" / Twitter

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Max Planck and Albert Einstein also used to meet regularly to play chamber music together!! Einstein supposedly said once, “Mozart's music is so pure and beautiful that I see it as a reflection of the inner beauty of the universe itself”

[2019-10-19] hwayne/awesome-cold-showers: For when people get too hyped up about things [[hype]]

https://github.com/hwayne/awesome-cold-showers

Awesome Cold Showers

[2019-01-10] Thought as a Technology [[thinking]]

http://cognitivemedium.com/tat/index.html

[2019-01-24] At this point, Sussman goes into a long, informal analysis. It's fascinating, and unlike anything I've ever heard in an electric circuits class. I won't quote Sussman's analysis here – it really needs his voice and body language – but you can see it just after the 26 minute mark in his talk. Sussman concludes:

[2019-01-24] In our terms, the book implements a Lisp-based interface to classical mechanics, complete with many new elements of cognition. It thus provides new ways of thinking about classical mechanics, but is not a visual interface.

[2019-02-01] Bret Victor - Wikipedia [[thinking]] [[design]] [[interfaces]]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bret_Victor

[2019-04-13] http://worrydream.com/#!/KillMath

[2019-11-13] Stephen Diehl on Twitter: "What was the biggest CS advance in 2010-2020?" [[cs]]

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What was the biggest CS advance in 2010-2020?

[2019-11-23] Quite possibly Typescript forcing web developers to understand why types are good.

[2019-11-23] I’m surprised, not one person has an algorithmic perspective. Lots of data structure advancements happened in the 2000s, but not sure about the following decade.

[2019-11-23] The recognition that tooling is much more important than previously thought for programming in a team. As far back as 1972, Weinberg's "The Psychology of Programming" dismissed syntactical and semantic checking as "crutches for weak programers."

[2019-11-23] Maybe the biggest was making neural networks viable

[2019-11-23] PLT: abstract definitional interpreters, integration of linear & dependent type systems, lots of practical experience with Rust

[2019-07-22] How Not To Sort By Average Rating – Evan Miller [[scoring]] [[rating]]

https://www.evanmiller.org/how-not-to-sort-by-average-rating.html

The Wilson score confidence interval isn’t just for sorting, of course. It is useful whenever you want to know with confidence what percentage of people took some sort of action. For example, it could be used to:

[2019-08-11] ok, basically explains how to calculate 'rating' in the absense of hight number of scores

[2019-10-01] humanetech-community/awesome-humane-tech: Promoting Solutions that Improve Wellbeing, Freedom and Society

https://github.com/humanetech-community/awesome-humane-tech

Promoting Solutions that Improve Wellbeing, Freedom and Society

How I write back ends. – could be useful in understanding how to pitch exports post [[writing]] [[blog]]

How I write back ends - https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=22106482

See e.g. Douglas Engelbart’s 1962 “Augmenting Human Intellect” for a classic primary source or Michael Nielsen’s 2016 “Thought as a Technology” for a synthesis of much work in this space http://dougengelbart.org/content/view/138 [[thinking]] [[pkm]]

from ip Why books don't work

[2019-10-19] https://mnielsen.github.io/notes/engelbart/engelbart.html ok, read summary; that's probably good enough

[2019-08-04] Ten Brighter Ideas? An Explorable Explanation [[bretvictor]] [[environment]]

http://worrydream.com/TenBrighterIdeas/

[2020-05-03] Project Horseshoe 2017 report section 3

[2021-01-29] Personium – personal data store server [[infra]]

https://personium.io/

[2021-01-09] Ask HN: Show me your half baked project | Hacker News

[2018-12-08] The Case Against News - Econlib [[news]]

https://www.econlib.org/archives/2011/03/the_case_agains_6.html?fbclid=IwAR3a59D20kecugfBLXrFfALLX1GMJmoyRiBjpQoL27Fe548QgUahfRTRg_8

[2019-03-18] Roko's basilisk - RationalWiki [[ai]]

https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Roko%27s_basilisk

[2019-07-18] huh, pretty hilarious

[2019-01-24] Michael Nielsen [[nielsen]]

http://michaelnielsen.org/blog/
shit, very cool blog!!

[2021-04-18] Deen Kun A. (@sirdeenicus) / Twitter

intelligence Amplification

'intelligence amplification' is a nice phrasing

[2021-03-29] OnePlus 6 (oneplus-enchilada) - postmarketOS

[2020-11-26] Remote Chaos Experience [[towatch]]

Remote Chaos Experience Dec. 27th – 30th, 2020

[2021-01-10] ">Fyodor Urnov on Twitter: "If one is to see a single documentary in their lifetime, I would respectfully recommend the “Up” series - a magnificent monument of humanism at its best. Thank you, Michael Apted for sharing your heart and talent with us. https://t.co/X5Gxz6u8v4" / Twitter [[towatch]]

If one is to see a single documentary in their lifetime, I would respectfully recommend the “Up” series - a magnificent monument of humanism at its best.

[2021-05-01] Nic Carter: Bitcoin Core Values, Layered Scaling, and Blocksize Debates | Lex Fridman Podcast 173 - YouTube [[crypto]]

don't think I liked this one? typical bitcoin dude with "store of value" etc

[2020-07-01] XDG Base Directory - ArchWiki

Table of Contents

* jdoe [[jdoe]]

related #exports #hpi:
J. Doe (Joe Doe? Jane Doe?) is a made up person with a narrative to showcase different quantifiedself/memex tools

[2021-01-22] have some info on ideas page

ask where to get sample API data? [[jdoe]]

examples of outputs [[dataliberation]] [[exports]] [[jdoe]]

jq 'walk(if type == "object" or type == "array" then . else type end)' pocket_20190923T210004Z.json

ugh, still might leak some private data…

jq 'walk(if type == "object" then del(.profile, .account, .groups) else . end)' pocket_20190923T210004Z.json

[2020-04-04] jackreid.xyz/pocket.json at master · JackWReid/jackreid.xyz [[jdoe]]

https://github.com/JackWReid/jackreid.xyz/blob/master/data/pocket.json
hmm nice pretty extensive pocket export

[2020-12-11] Bibliodemos' Docs :: Bibliodemos' Docs [[jdoe]]

A demo persona

[2020-09-02] AnandChowdhary/life: 🧬 All life data — location, health, work, play, and more — open sourced [[jdoe]]

[2020-04-24] saladmanssss/salad [[jdoe]] [[takeout]]

[2020-04-24] ctf/forensics-CryptoDIY at master · ANSSI-FR/ctf [[jdoe]] [[takeout]]

[2020-04-24] eh, only mail. not so interesting

[2020-10-05] ecopass/5kLineLocationHistory.json at 80f1afa346136d80c6319a1770501bff5bf8e25f · eco-pass/ecopass [[jdoe]] [[location]]

[2020-02-10] Python package, which helps generate big volumes of fake data for a variety of purposes in a variety of languages. /r/coolgithubprojects [[jdoe]]

>What could it be used for?
For generating placeholder data, bootstrapping database with anonymized data, generating JSON data, creating fake API endpoints and et.c

pdfannots has some test pdfs [[hpi]] [[jdoe]]

could share podcastaddict dbs? [[jdoe]] [[bleanser]]

[2021-04-15] file:places.sqlite - Sourcegraph [[jdoe]] [[hpi]] [[promnesia]]

wow, searching on sourcegraph is actually super nice…

* kython [[kython]]

https://beepb00p.xyz/kython.html

use sqlite like json path? https://www.sqlite.org/json1.html

checker that link is dead [[kython]]

[2019-10-27] but need something more finetuned? like for DELETED reddit posts…

get rid of remianing JsonState methods.. I think it's only spotisync? [[kython]]

date parsing libraries [[kython]] [[python]] [[datetime]]

started tsomething in kython.datetime module

[2018-12-30] recurrent in workouts ??

maybe, blog or do some sort of benchmark??

grep my code for usages of this

run search indexer against my code?…

https://github.com/scrapinghub/dateparser – looks decent, can specify hints

using in kython and openrent and my porg thing
ok capable of kindle dates kida like Wednesday, November 22, 2017 9:11:56 PM
couldn't handle insta photo…

https://github.com/bear/parsedatetime ??

dateutil.parse?

datefinder [[python]] [[parsing]] [[datetime]]

from datefinder import find_dates # type: ignore
TODO ugh find_dates is shit
can't even recognise 20180304
def my_find_dates(f):
    f = f.replace('_', '-') # just in case of _ separators
    f = f.replace('time', '') # apparently find_dates gets confused when it sees 'time'
    return list(find_dates(f))
could recognise endomondo-2018-04-10 though

hmmm https://github.com/scrapinghub

[2020-01-13] functools — Higher-order functions and operations on callable objects — Python 3.8.1 documentation [[kython]]

https://docs.python.org/3.8/library/functools.html

@functools.cached_property(func)¶

nice!

* kobuddy [[kobuddy]]

My library for accessing #kobo data
https://github.com/karlicoss/kobuddy

why it's better for me [[exports]]

automatic backups
old databases
access from other tools

bug?

TODO tie breaking
-- 2019-03-24 11:01:44: finished
-- 2019-03-24 11:01:44: finished reading What is Life? by Erwin Schroedinger. total time spent undefined minutes
-- 2019-03-24 11:01:44: left What is Life? by Erwin Schroedinger: 99%, read for 80 mins
-- 2019-03-24 11:09:31: finished

TODO for goodreads scripts: get all titles with at least one 'finished' event
match them via goodreads api and check that they are marked as read
perhaps 'started reading' as well?

extraannotationdata??

would be nice to extract chapters, e.g. for Greg Egan

debugging stuff

def zeroes(bts):
    res = b''
    for b in bts:
        res += b'\0'
        res += bytes([b])
    return res

# seq = zeroes(b'eventTimestamps')
seq = zeroes(b'Monetization')
idd = blob.find(seq)
# if idd == -1:
#     return
# else:
#     import sys
#     print('----', file=sys.stderr)
#     # print(context(), file=sys.stderr)
#     print(blob[idd + len(seq):], file=sys.stderr)
#     return

[2020-05-07] Any way to filter out Pocket articles? · Issue #6 · karlicoss/kobuddy [[kobuddy]]

Kobo H2O Libra

might be useful for calibre??

[2019-11-07] my/kobo.py at master · karlicoss/my [[hpi]]

https://github.com/karlicoss/my/blob/master/my/books/kobo.py

from my_configuration import paths
from my_configuration.repos.kobuddy.src.kobuddy import *

set_databases(paths.kobuddy.export_dir)

# TODO maybe type over T?
_Predicate = Callable[[str], bool]
Predicatish = Union[str, _Predicate]
def from_predicatish(p: Predicatish) -> _Predicate:
    if isinstance(p, str):
        def ff(s):
            return s == p

not sure, do we want this instead?

[2019-05-19] https://github.com/search?q=kobo+ExtraData&type=Code – no result, which kinda means no one did it [[kobo]]

same for LastOccurrence

* workout ledger [[wledger]]

related #hpi

if attributes are detected, but exercise isn't, error and just render it as is

'walked' summary every day? exclude running??

highlight checked in dashboard?

workouts ledger??

support for ignoring/consuming words within certain context (e.g. (straight) leg raises) [[wledger]]

Parser combinators for workouts [[wledger]] [[hpi]] [[parsing]]

* twidump [[twidump]]

my #twitter exporter

still useful to warn when user is suspended, private etc… could add it to weekly check? [[twidump]]

maybe, renderer should be decoupled from twidump itself? [[twidump]]

backup my followers? [[twidump]]

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align properties same way org does it? [[inorganic]]

could have caught it if was checking against increasing size.. [[exports]] [[backupchecker]]

some stuff in orgzly-android tests [[orgsandbox]]

[2020-03-19] karlicoss/sufs: Merge multiple directories into one via symlinks

https://github.com/karlicoss/sufs

sufs is a tool for 'merging' multiple directories into one via symlinks.

add example?

Add unknown stuff to special playlist? [[spotisync]]

[2019-01-31] eh?

might be better to check against mpd?? It updates the database in background… [[spotisync]]

Rename to symlinkfs? [[sufs]]

[2019-11-10] tantivy::tokenizer - Rust [[scrapyroo]]

https://tantivy-search.github.io/tantivy/tantivy/tokenizer/index.html

In addition to what default does, the en_stem tokenizer also apply stemming to your tokens. Stemming consists in trimming words to remove their inflection. This tokenizer is slower than the default one, but is recommended to improve recall.

[2019-11-10] demonstrate different tokenizers?

name my package pyrog? [[org]]

gORGeououes as org-mode app name [[org]]

On a looped string? [[quitar]]

Two strings, one imaginary one real. Normalisation is not necessary [[quitar]]

work on poset-ratings [[rating]]

https://github.com/karlicoss/telegram2org

Update description

Hmm.not sure if it counts playlists? [[spotisync]]

[2018-12-05] whooops… not really!h

[2019-09-02] huh, ignoring could be implemented via special playlist…

list all cool things I tried and learned [[python]] [[hikkup]]

make symlink checker ignore file list list of symlinks to ignore [[ruci]]

[2020-08-27] reHackable/awesome-reMarkable: A curated list of projects related to the reMarkable tablet [[remarkable]]