How to Write Usefully
"An essay is a place to meet honest readers. You don't want to spoil your house by putting bars on the windows to protect against dishonest ones. "
Paul's essays are always useful. :)
Explainability must be a more accessible domain for everyone now. It's challenging but not impossible.
One of the best explanations on this
"...there are no small problems. Problems that appear small are large problems that are not understood..."
I'm amazed by this one. We are really in awe of the universe itself triggered by our own sense of "awe" for ourselves...
In general, don't overdo and don't underdo it. If you take notes all the time, you create overhead and redundancy. If you never take notes, well, you will not have notes
Only those items which I notice shape my mind
Been thinking of starting my own newsletter. This is worth reading.
It's hard. It's frustrating. It's tempting. It's taxing. But perseverance...
A good insight I'd say. Not sure if I can really judge the usage of bots for political agenda, but in today's world it's inevitable that bots are having psychological impacts on our daily lives, as we stream through the digital world.
One of the profound essays I have read in this topic...
Short and effective advice!
A great insight into this legend!
Inspiring. I think I should re-start my habit of writing what I know. By that I mean I have to re-think about my technical writing skills.
It's good to read this after a long time
Be precise about the scale, dimensions, and context over which you’re talking about progress.
It's going to be an exciting journey to study 'progress'.