"All right, but apart from the major improvements in supply chain logistics, HD video calling, cloud computing, contactless payments, driverless car + drone R&D, AI research, and the sum of all human knowledge being available in your pocket, what has BigTech ever done for us?" https://t.co/62vLHScEmT
i think this approach made me way more process-oriented and willing to take risks in my writing. she did away with the arbitrary one-shot-only approach to teaching and gave me a taste of what post-school learning often feels like,
In my experience, editing the language you use to talk about you is one of the highest ROI activities there is. If you straight up ban yourself from talking shit about yourself, you almost start becoming more interesting just so you have something to say https://t.co/S3qZxPf0Fh
What is the secret to living to be well over 100 years old? It seems that in the US the trick is to have been born just a few years before your state introduced properly documented birth certificates. https://t.co/J6hfcw55KXhttps://t.co/T5kDQZIANx
Grad student at defense: With Ns around 300, not sufficient power for betw-sub interactions, so we didn't pre-reg any. Committee member: If these Ns aren't enough to detect betw-subj interactions, what about all the effects we've seen being published the last 20 years?
1/ Today I prepared for talking about common mistakes startups make (founding -> growth stages) by writing it in tweet form. I ramble too much when public speaking and hoped it would make the core ideas clearer in my mind and more concise. Think it worked. Here are the tweets
85% of my newsletter is trying to help my subscribers to learn something useful, to change how they think, and to motivate them to do something differently. 15% is fun. (just check the last issue to confirm!)