How long should I wait from cold inception to travel (back home)? I have 2 things I'm optimizing for:
a. apparently traveling with sinus issues on a plane is exceptionally painful
b. I don't want to infect other people
I don't have a good model of how quick I should expect to recover/when I'm reasonably non-infectious.
Does anyone have an actual example of applying Bayes theorem in real life? Never bothered learning it because its actual application has never been clear to me
Are there any modern competitors to metamed? Have a health issue, very willing to spend money to fix it.
For those wondering if they should come and if anyone is going to show up: there are way more people RSVP'd on the facebook event
This event was originally listed as being on Feb 12th. It is not on Feb 12th! It's on the 19th! Please don't come on the 12th, no one will be there.
There are a fair few:
-I want to make software to enable me to use more of Ray Dalio's Principles
-I want to organize a rat dojo in SF
-possibly try to do EA outreach in SF
-want to get better at programming and do something around a SuperMemo clone though I'm not sure what exactly yet
-I want to figure out what the highest impact things I want to work on are (this should probably be highest priority)
What are good fictions for an inaction bias? When I have an idea or thing I want to work on, I tend to think too much about outcomes and even if it does seem like there's a decent chance of success, I don't even try because I then know how daunting the thing will be.
Yeah, that's the exact way I've started thinking about it. Too much coercion can cause desynchronization. I'm hoping improving my ability to watch my mind will improve this.
We’re on the far east side of memorial glade
FocusMe can be helpful. When I was using it more though, I did have the issue that I blocked distractions that I was addicted to because the work I was doing wasn't fulfilling enough, which I ignored and tried to fix by blocking more distractions. I'll probably try it again now that I'm better at internal retrospection.
For anyone trying now for the first time though, I'd definitely be careful of this failure mode.