AI alignment grad student at the Centre for Human-Compatible AI. I also live at Dragon Army Barracks, like anime, and probably have other features.
> I've talked to you enough to have some idea what you meant, but it's buried beneath layers of different frames and inferential distance
FWIW, I don't think that I've talked to ialdabaoth a huge amount, but the comment seemed pretty comprehensible to me. The grammar isn't very complicated, and all...(read more)
> Let's change for her, please?
My guess is that you're writing this comment both from a place of mourning Kathy's death, honouring her life, and wanting our community to be a better place that doesn't make people feel lonely and isolated, and I really respect that.
That being said, I think that t...(read more)
After giving up browsing the internet during lectures and meetings:
* Lectures and meetings really are boring sometimes, and it makes sense to not pay attention during bits of them.
* I am not missing out on juicy content by spending a few hours off the internet.
* I suspect that it's easier ...(read more)
Unfortunately, they seem to only have comments on the Dragon Army Charter Draft post.
As another resident of Dragon Army, the coming end of the experiment and this post have made me interested in looking over the commentary on the original Dragon Army Charter post. Out of it all, it seemed to me that [this comment](http://lesswrong.com/lw/p23/dragon_army_theory_charter_30min_read/dsu...(read more)
It seems like you think that the process of things becoming canon should be called 'peer review' and maybe should be similar to or based on the process of peer review as it exists in science. I'm not sure why you think this, and it basically seems like a mistake to me - peer review in science seems ...(read more)
Basically stuck to my commitment - early on I bent it a bit by taking 'notes' in the form of drawing abstract scribbles, but I now mostly don't do that. I have also once or twice looked up info relevant to the meeting, but both times felt pretty in the spirit. This has partially been achieved by att...(read more)
Further bug: I can now see both the old final image and the new final image.
(Test comment I'm using to play with how the comment editor works)
Moderate wealth is sufficient for being able to trade money for time, but this also works if the market offers a high price for your time. Concretely, if you currently save $10 by cooking food at home for one hour instead of getting equally good food delivered, and you can turn one hour of time into...(read more)