I've noticed that your writing tends to be very abstract and gestures towards ideas with a lot of potential impact on instrumental rationality, but often doesn't spell things out in a concrete way. Do you think you could add examples and, in general, try to say things explicitly instead of hinting at them?
Sounds like a reasonable complaint.
A part of the reason is that I keep my writing very low-energy, because otherwise I wouldn't care to make it happen at all. But yeah, this is fixable if I figure out how to make concrete writing more fun.
Another part is that "hinting at interesting and valuable directions to think" is often my ideal goal. There's a already a bunch of rationalists running around handing out free gun upgrades, resulting in a lot of people being able to shoot themselves in the foot with more power and precision than ever before.