"No one will need to comment on this, and no one will." -- bets please, lizardman constant, etc etc.
Tradeoffs. Do the mods have to deal with more BS because they show the text and a handful of people are like "but reeeeaaaallly? I got something good from that one comment!" or because they hide the...(read more)
I'm not. And I have given up on many comments because commenting on Android has been broken. It appears to be almost working right now, except the text is flowing outside the comment box. :S
Buying expensive things does not make you rich.
Played through the campaign. It feels too slow and arbitrary. That's why I almost quit. There's no quick feedback loop saying "you did well!" other than whether you won, and the progression in the campaign has too much time between concepts. I want to know "okay so I captured 3 mines is that a littl...(read more)
Love it. Reminds me of my strong preference to make rules for myself and follow them even when it seems locally silly over trying to continually make good decisions in the moment.
As a rule, practitioners are currently very averse to giving credence estimations to patients. Chesterton's Fence: understand thoroughly why before tearing that down. Here are some possible reasons.
* practitioners are unskilled in that estimation; their heuristics output a decision instead
* patie...(read more)
This is a dense comment which I would love to see unpacked with a concrete example in a top level post. Do you have an example of working through this process on some other data?
This is well written and makes me want to play.
I think the cartoon could benefit from concrete, short, A and B. It also may benefit from rewording the final statements to "If I change my mind about B, that would change my mind about A too"?
Take some of your actual double crux sessions, boil down...(read more)
What they said about the U(-)=0 problem. But the way I think about it resolves more contradictions, more easily, IMO.
* Utility is no more than a mathematical artifact, do not phrase questions in terms of utility
Utility functions are equivalent under positive affine transforms. This is a huge clu...(read more)