Here's the promised Anki stats PDF: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EwqIAUbgeYU9czF1YcxITZvL3D0JNe5N/view?usp=sharing
Hi Pablo. Thanks for the link to the formula, I did not know someone already looked into it. At some point I estimated that it cost me ~250 s to learn a card in the first year.
In the last year, it looks like I spent ~1 hour per day reviewing on average. When I'm on my desktop computer, I'll share the Anki statistics PDF.
I think one reason the formula might be underestimating is because I keep expanding my deck over time, so there's a mix of newer and older cards.
I am also a bit concerned that I might be adding cards not always for what's most useful to learn, but for what's easiest to Ankify. So recently even though I've been wanting to study more ML papers, I've been mostly adding programming because it's easier... :/
It's aestethics but more aestetic :)
Hmm yeah, looks like you're right. That's surprising, if memory serves me right I read it for free and legally. If you Google for "Anki essentials PDF" the first result is a PDF that seems to be from Alex Vermeer's own site, but maybe that's a limited version. Or maybe I'm misremembering the circumstances of how I read the book.
The extra "the" was a typo but seeing it later I decided it's not :)
Set of people:
Photos: publicly available photos if googleable, pics from names and faces slides from meetups
Hi! I'm Michael aka Rai, one of the organizers involved. Here's my take.
Roland creeps me out in a S1 way. I am not comfortable holding conversations (especially about personal things) around him. One day, I realized that I am not the only person feeling uncomfortable about Roland.
One of my chief aims as the current de-facto organizer of Rationality Zurich is to have a social group which is pleasant for the people involved, and I have come to believe that Roland's presence at the meetups is net negative, especially (but not exclusively) for the kinds of things which I would like to do more of at Rationality Zurich. Circling is a good example of those things.
I think there are ways Roland could change that would make me feel less creeped out, and maybe reverse the decision (mine was to ban Roland from meetups I organize) - roughly, more social intelligence or empathy. But fixing that is not my responsibility.