Made a list of things what I would or want to do in my free time. The list grew to 17 items.
On the bright side, I probably won't suffer retirement depression.
Realistically, this is grossly unsustainable. Simply looping through each item a day means each "hobby" gets done only twice a month.
Is logos a proper noun?
Or, is Aristotelian Logic translatable into Chinese?#heyfeedfox https://www.radicalphilosophy.com/article/is-logos-a-proper-noun?fbclid=IwAR2aWALJd9TBL0cGg9mREsz4lEZo7INGeEpqGSmkJI2arx7aRP8uTlm9lSM
Most of the time, time is on autopilot and kinda ticks along by itself. But sometimes, the autopilot craps out and you have to take over manual control to drive it along.
One belief, widely held by Americans and Canadians, that I don't believe in.
"I was here first. Therefore, I get extra rights and decision making powers"
Prompt: Life after tech
@lhwilkinson broken link here’s the correct one https://www.citylab.com/design/2019/05/modern-kitchen-history-design-ideas-domestic-architecture/586345/
Who on this mastodon is coming to the meatspace refactor camp in LA?
I'm giving up on the refactorings roundups compilation posts... bridging the gap between the #heyfeedfox automated dragnet and doing a good job editorializing the roundup as well as cleaning up the small typesetting and formatting issues is just onerous enough it's too much of a chore.
The automation @zacharius made up is pretty good, but it needs to from like 80% to 99% to be sustainable for blog compilation purposes.
Good to have the bot @RBU_RSS_BOT running as a live firehose though
You could actually model this as a simulation. Each thread has bandwidths for active and waiting states, and a pre-emption order. New activities can enter anyway. When too many threads go active at once, you discover whether your assumed pre-emption order is actually correct based on which threads actually fall off the wagon.
1. You start an activity that occupies say 30% of your attention
2. At some point that activity enters a wait state that is at 3%. It may or may not have priority/stress due to $ making coupling
3. Depending on the priority level, there is more or less risk in reallocating bandwidth to a new thread, but at some point waiting gets frustrated and you boot up a new thread
4. Repeated till you're about 3x overcommitted
To the extent undistracted deep work is a well-posed concept at all, the biggest disruptor of it is not social media but the need to make money. Every waldenponding evangelist I know is rich enough or securely-incomed enough to not be distracted by money-making.
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