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Wanted tiling windows for some reason. And OMG! KDE has it built-in now!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D28yWWBkVkk

Wrote a quick guide to download administrative boundaries at ward level from OpenStreetMap


Akshay S Dinesh shared 17 days ago
Akshay S Dinesh shared 17 days ago

How do we hold debates and reach productive solutions to the problems of the world? Words matter. But how exactly do we use words? All of those problems are addressed in this book


How To Talk With People blog.learnlearn.in

I just read this book and it confirms my long held suspicion about . That positive feedback is much better than negative feedback at helping people grow


Don't Shoot Your Colleagues blog.learnlearn.in

The conflict resolution guideline of social.coop seems really nice.


Discovering Social Coop asd.learnlearn.in

When we are learning a subject over years there are stages you cross after which if you look back you would be like "wow! I can't believe this used to be so difficult one year ago". Just saw this talk about that in mathematics and teaching mathematics. I have felt it in every subject.

Part 1: https://youtu.be/zHU1xH6Ogs4

Part 2: https://youtu.be/4HFyWC-YtIk

I found this article valuable. It is about communication tricks that are helpful in places where trust is low. But it works well everywhere.


Around two-three months since I've been thinking about this too. Not all books are meant to be. Not all chapters are meant to be. We would all be better off if we thought about books as youtube videos.


I have an RSS feed reader diligently fetching feeds every x minutes. I haven't visited it in the last 6 months.

Using ChatGPT to write one-off scripts for odd jobs. Almost feels like cheating.

Anarchy is the eagerness to see the infinite potential in all human beings.