I have some music I really like but I don't want to over listen to them for fear of enjoying them less. Does anyone know research on how to min/max listening vs. long-term novelty?
For anyone that's gone through super forecasting material, have you been able to make it pragmatically useful day to day?
How do you compare the utility of ongoing skill acquisition vs. working on projects?
I'm trying to prioritize what I work on in the day by utility and this is easy for projects but I'm struggling to figure out where skill acquisition things should go, especially open ended ones without a finite end like using SuperMemo
Does anyone have a means they use for tracking how long things take vs. predictions to use for future outside view calculations?
What’s the least expensive way to acquire a copy of HPMOR as a gift for a friend? Same for Unsong too though lower priority
I have a hunch that task switching is lowering my productivity some amount but I'm not sure because there are multiple possible sources:-might be coworking around friends who might be talking-might be reading and task switching to phone-might be doing some work, need to ask friend a question on discord and then getting distracted (even if I really am asking/discussing thing with them)
How could I test just how bad it is for productivity and optimize it over time?
I'm working on a project to implement some fraction of Ray Dalio's Principles in app form.
Part 1: be able to access principles on my apple watch. I have this working. I have principles I can edit on computer and run on apple watch. I'm mainly using them for morning/night routines.
I'm trying to, each night, write down the mistakes I made during the day and spend a yoda timer fixing as many of them as I can by writing new programs and updating existing programs. The issue I've run into is that I've been kind of bad at actually remembering to run them. I need to start using TAPs more reliably to go from situation -> opening principle
I think after I figure this out I'll try to figure out a triaging system for mistakes I record each day, to sort them into categories to see what repeat/urgent issues I have and such
Does anyone have experience doing rationality adjacent hackathons? I’m thinking of hosting one in the Berkeley area aimed at trying to make cool rationality tools. I’m interested on input for what kinds of an event people would want or if people have relevant experience and suggestions!
I think it'd be cool if there was a way to browse projects/side-projects rat adjacent people are working on. It'd be nice to see what kinds of things people are interested but it'd likely lower the barrier to finding interesting things to work on with other people.
I'm curious if such a thing already exists or if anyone would actually possibly use it if it did exist
Yes, this. I don't remember what the application required but I got in and I don't have an especially cool use case