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A classic post on the misuse of categories in thinking and language http://lesswrong.com/lw/od/37_ways_that_words_can_be_wrong/ #heyfeedfox
@msweet you might like this: dan harmon's 6-part story structure tutorial http://channel101.wikia.com/wiki/Story_Structure_101:_Super_Basic_Shit
Chris Alexander's Empirical Findings from The Nature of Order http://www.livingneighborhoods.org/library/empirical-findings.pdf #heyfeedfox
@Zim This interview with him covers a lot of ground, a mini literature course in itself https://www.dalkeyarchive.com/a-conversation-with-david-foster-wallace-by-larry-mccaffery/
@vgr a takeaway was the distinction between teleology and etiology: trauma serving purposes for present behavior rather than trauma causing the behavior
@alec yeah a search like that would be cool! im curious how well the standard techniques (centrality measures between pages, topic modelling) amount to finding interesting pages
for new readers, start here, best of, etc compilation pages tend to be really useful, and i wish more blogs had them
@zacharius yeah like when they use up the toilet paper and leave the roll there 😩
some ways of discovering interesting pages on a domain, with ribbonfarm as an example. would love to hear yours 😃
sort by captures on the wayback machine: https://web.archive.org/web/*/ribbonfarm.com/*
twitter search: https://twitter.com/search?q=ribbonfarm.com
pocket explore: https://getpocket.com/explore/ribbonfarm-com
reddit sort by votes: https://old.reddit.com/domain/ribbonfarm.com/top/?t=all
@vgr recently, what are some jokes you've laughed at?
@ye Seeing That Frees talks about insight meditation pretty clearly. it has boxed sections telling you how to-actually-practice-this. here's a summary https://old.reddit.com/r/streamentry/comments/55vryt/insight_rob_burbea_seeing_that_frees
@charleschu @Zim Jess Whittlestone did some great research on the confirmation bias and how the overstated its evidence is http://jesswhittlestone.com/blog/2018/1/10/reflections-on-confirmation-bias
@jlohner oh y'know, sex, drugs, sharing low carb recipes— the usual things
@MrWanda unflavored pea protein powder makes an ok low carb coating for shallow frying tofu, meats, vegetables, or whatever
@MrWanda cheese plus sodium citrate makes flourless and milkless cheese sauces http://modernistcuisine.com/recipes/melty-queso-dip/
@MrWanda here's how I do cauliflower: divide into florets or roughly uniform chunks,
season with bouillon powder,
steam to cook the inside,
grate some cheese on,
finally broil to brown to brown the outside.
maybe garnish with chives and serve with sour cream
@johnhenry "do they read ribbonfarm?"
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