@machado @aRandomCat That in turn reminds me of a Slate Star Codex post on a LessWrong article about success at the extremes: http://slatestarcodex.com/2018/09/25/the-tails-coming-apart-as-metaphor-for-life/
Everyone should own a shitty car constantly on the brink of breaking down as their first vehicle. At that point you don't have the knowledge or experience to maintain it well anyway. Plus every time something breaks you get to learn about a new subsystem in your vehicle.
A car is for many people the first or second most expensive thing they own yet are largely ignorant of how it functions or how to maintain it.
Keaton Patti forced a bot to watch over 1,000 hours of TED Talks and then asked it to write a TED Talk of its own...
Anyone on this server trade options?
The whole idea of "blameless postmortem" is just a crutch incompetent people like to use to avoid taking responsibility.
THIS IS THE VOICE OF WORLD CONTROL.
I bring you...
I, uh. Oh no. No. No no no.
Go about your business.
I just can't accept that such a high percentage of people are so useless.
Does anybody here know anyone @ Circle by chance?
They just acquired SeedInvest, and there's some legal issues Circle should be aware of.
I used to tutor a lot. I enjoyed tutoring because it let me build a mental model of how my student -thought- something worked, and then debug that. Debugging models in someone else's head.
It now seems like I'm running into people who don't even bother to construct models at all. And it makes me angry.
Found an interesting spam/scam scheme today:
- Attacker posts their link that redirects to a legit news article
- Twitter resolves the redirect to news article
- Twitter hides link from Tweet and displays Twitter Card with news domain
- Attacker changes redirect to spam site
The Tweet now displays a legit looking Twitter Card with the news website domain, but actually goes to the scammer.
tech twitter is so much more interesting when you take the time to mentally keep track of where people are from.
Unix will give you enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot. If you didn’t think rope would do that, you should have read the man page.
I'm now realizing like half my recent toots are complaining about change; I must be getting old.
What the hell is with this "One line per pagargraph" writing style that's all over LinkedIn and now random B2B FB ads?
Maths/Stats/Finance/Software, then old software, then railroads, old maps, and urban development.
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