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I offered some responses to:
--21:56, 4 March 2020 (UTC)
Stolen from IDW LA Discord
I like these. Putting these here for now, so I can figure out what I can do with them later.
If you believe someone is engaging in bad faith you have three responsibilities:
- 1. Maintain a charitable attitude. (Ask questions in earnest about why they believe what they believe)
- 2. Continue to engage in good faith. (Don’t stoop to their level)
- 3. Attempt to steer the conversation in a productive direction. (eg. Steelman: ask for clarification and see if you can restate their argument in a way they would accept)
- If you fail in those responsibilities, you should:
- 4. Accept that you could not steer the conversation in a productive direction, leave the conversation for at least 1 hour.
The page To Do was yours, but it doesn't seem to fit the wiki's current use. I've copied its content to here and commented it out, and deleted the page.
Aardvark 15:55, 1 November 2020 (UTC)
Old Meeting Notes
The page Meeting Notes was yours, but it doesn't seem to fit the wiki's current use. I've copied its content here and deleted the page.
quick quick notes... with lots of errors, etc, but here you go:
he really liked the hyperlinked wall and seeing actual work getting done (great job boqu!) we don't have to accept received wisdom rewrite the tome digital contributions in reddit. Remember it's important to leave your goddamn name on it so we can shout you out
jesse producer science is "stagnating" more than tech lack of heterodox thinking decline of polymath interdomain thinking contributes to science slowdown, which effects tech slowdown breakthrough science is caught in pockets that don't get funding almost at a breakthrough but can't get funding
pwang99 vc money isnt' dumb but not that smart VCs often follow others you can't pattern match for outrageous genius we don't know what real genius looks like anymore (not just hollwood cliches) maybe vcs aren't even optimizing for not losing money (possible ponzi issues)
daedalus mathemeticians find it hard to communicate...
eric math books devoid of intuition. merely formal a huge difference between what we think we're saying and what we want to say monopoly on violence = government (it's hard to recognize the object from the description) rigor vs intuition (something worth tackling)
ethan hammond naseem taleb black swans discovering revolutionary ideas in sex research
eric some people are uncomfortable being on "popular" programs (naseem mentioned on twitter that he agreed) episode 19 was watched heavily, numerous tweets about it long telemeres specific to lab rodents, jax lab DISC, how real is it? what is its scope?