I'll not send twenty emails after midnight on Friday. I'll not send twenty emails after midnight on Friday. I'll not send twenty emails after midnight on Friday.
Can I send messages?
I'll not send anything after midnight on Friday. I'll not send anything after midnight on Friday. I'll not send anything after midnight on Friday.
(Except this toot of course)
Those situations where you know exactly what's wrong and how to fix it, but you have to nevertheless wait for for the system to figure it out on its own and fix it.
developers seem especially prone to confusing being able to overcome and understand things that are difficult and confusing for no good reason, with having superior intellect and skill.
they like the feeling of being part of an exclusive club, the club of computer understanders, and are often hostile to anything that might make things easier for non programmers- things that might take away their role of being ultimate gatekeeper
In which I finally make sense of my shift of allegiance from Gandhi to Ambedkar
Inspiration doesn't knock twice.
How to become a millionaire?
Find a way to get paid 1 rupee per thought.
Nap on a Saturday afternoon.
Have a sleepless night and cash in on the million thoughts.
"A technological solution or a fix can be designed with little context (dangerously at times), it can be deployed within weeks/months and is live almost instantly."
Reading fast is a skill that can be acquired by right practice.
This was fun to write (because I didn't write it). I am already feeling more productive.
Learning prompting = more human-like AI.
Rationalists are just science apologists if they can't question their own methods.
Not just a note on the dress code of these places
Just came across this alternative to PSPP, SPSS, etc
Another one of those "why didn't I know about this before?" moment for me. I've struggled with the need for a GUI of sorts for R to do statistics. This seems like it
I had to change a firefox setting after reading this post!
Perceptive, questioning inner monologue of someone thinking about the society in the context of unschooling
Enjoyed reading this article about structural violence (even though the most I understood is that the violence I feel at banks and hospitals are real)
I was at FOSSMeet '23 of NIT Calicut the other day. In 2016 when I went there I wrote a blog post. This year I couldn't. But Atharva wrote a post that I concur with (which also discusses my talk in the conference). https://blog.nilenso.com/blog/2023/03/20/fossmeet-2023
I've downloaded the fragments that were recorded and put them on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/m5hpysn1aXM
Gandhi might as well have been a psychotherapist