I reckon it's fine, especially if you provide the source.
Overlapping but they still feel like different concepts or something.
To me, "update" feels distinctly like it applies to existing things, so that excludes many announcements, which are of new things. It kind of seems like announcements is the broader category.It leaves me thinking the ideal tag is Project/Org Announcements & Updates
I have converted it to wiki-only now.
Hey, sorry that you came across this instead of the current welcome/about page. I agree with much of your feedback here, glad the Welcome/About page does meet the need.I added a note to this page saying it was written in 2015 (by one particular user, as you'll see in the history). So we've got it for historical reasons, but I also wouldn't use it as an intro.
But I think it'd be bad to have the pages be duplicates of each other, so possibly this should be wiki-only but have in the text description mention posts explicitly about IFS. (I'm not sure the currently tagged ones meet that?) I'm not sure.
While about subagents, Internal Family Systems is the name for a particular kind of psychotherapy, so I think it makes sense for it to have its own page (that links and references subagents).
I have now converted this page to be also tag, and not just a wiki. It should work now.
Oh, I'm terribly sorry. The FAQ has gotten a bit out of date and is due for an update. Since it was written, the frontpage been changed. Curated posts are now the first few posts listed in the "Latest" section, the ones that have stars to the left of their titles.Sorry for the confusion!
Yeah, we should fix that.
Nope, didn't show up in Recent Discussion.
Huh, I was able to apply the tag flag. Let's see if this shows up in recent discussion.
Yeah, I'll want to revisit this question a) when I've finished the book and read some other stuff, b) look into the other people who seemed to have invented the same things around the same time.
You're right and I should have worded that better. The experiment itself wasn't random, though the outcomes might not have been predicted.I was born and educated thus that I got the solution first: transistors are made with doped silicon that allows current to flow when such and such a field is applied because of holes and electrons, etc., etc.Implicitly, I'd assumed that the creators of the transistor just had this theory. They knew about current and charge carriers and the electron configuration of different atoms, so they could just combine these and fi... (read more)
Yeha, it's easy to get discouraged though when initial doctors clearly know less than you and only know of the most common diagnoses which very much don't seem to apply. Hence my advice to keep looking for doctors who do know more.
When I have a problem, I have a bias towards predominantly Googling and reading. This is easy, comfortable, do it from laptop or phone. The thing I'm less inclined to do is ask other people – not because I think they won't have good answers, just because...talking to people.I'm learning to correct for this. The think about other people is 1) sometimes they know more, 2) they can expose your mistaken assumptions.The triggering example for this note is an appointment I had today with a hand and arm specialist for the unconventional RSI I've been experiencing... (read more)
Good call! I'll fix that in sec.
Thanks for this response, sorry for taking time to acknowledge it. Thinking about how astrophysics seems to have succeeded despite lack of experimentation seems like a very interesting and probably illuminating question.
Thanks! From what you're saying, empirically we know some more things about mice, but that doesn't mean understand better the details of processes going in them much more than humans.
Thanks for this detailed feedback! I can't delve into properly today, but I hope to look at it soon.
Welcome back! I'm not sure what happened with the verification email, but if you're here, you're here.Regards to dimensions, we've though about this but it's tricky and competes with all the other things we do, but is an entirely fair question. If you find somewhere you think is better, please let us know!
Note: maybe find a starting sentence that defines the concept better.
I think "adding up to normality" would be a better concept handle. Maybe rework to have that be the title and "Egan's law" listed within?
Thanks! I appreciate you asking your contact, that's helpful.
Ooh, that's a good creature to look at. Thanks!
Yes! They most definitely are.
I seemed to have gotten a submit error when I tried to post these a couple of hours ago. Here's my attempt to answer your questions. Thanks to Raemon for also answering.
Is there a way to add wiki-links like on the old wiki? I tried using the [[double square brackets]] like on MediaWiki, but this did not work (at least on the new editor).
Not currently. I expect we'll implement a new autocomplete/auto-link on existing pages relatively soon, but this won't automatically create new pages if they don't exist.
Is there a way to quickly see i
I didn't read enough of Burtt's book or even the chapter to judge the question, it's possible he treats motivation as foundation, possible this part wasn't a claim about a foundation. I do suspect he isn't using the word "foundation" the way you are. At least, maybe Kepler regarded his theology as of the same type as you're treating Einstein, i.e., foundation is a subjective belief? The things we'd know if we read the book. :P
I think a good option here is to take the core idea of the post and make its own wiki page for it (we hope to shortly make wiki-page creation straightforward, for now it's fine to treat tag pages as wikis even when you don't want the tags).
This might be unconventional in the sense that wikis generally are more for "established" facts, but I think a wiki where people are fleshing out thoughts would be cool and good, definitely worth people trying.
That seems right to me.
Seems good, I did it.
Possibly? I'm not sure if that's helpful or not. I think if there's a description for this wiki-tag, it should mention Inadequate Equilibria as a major resource.
Woop!Sorry, should have put my Calendly link in the post.
Under our never-that-clear frontpage guidelines, community/meet-up stuff like this doesn't fit. It's possible it should/should've been. Sorry if you wanted to see it but didn't till now!
Sounds great! Are you able to book 15 minutes with me and I can get you set up?
Collaborative calendar/schedule for the event is now live! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xUToQ-Wu6w-Uaow7q8Bo5s61beWWRJhIh9P-DNAvx4Q/edit?usp=sharingPlease add any events or activities you'd like to run. Comment here or in the doc if you have questions, e.g., about good places to host your session.
Upvote suggestions from others if you like them too.
The Ultra Party Radio (TM) has been constructed (bottom right of attached image). We'll be streaming tunes to the entire Garden from our own server, but the music will be optimized for the ballroom dancefloor.
What music would you like to hear? Please comment with:
We've now got a rough map of the venue:
We've now designated many activities to many different regions of the Walled Garden. If you're interested in hosting or attending an activity, please comment. The organizers can help you set it up and put it on the Official Party Schedule.
The following are scheduling throughout the party, but it seems great to have more specific things scheduled for like-interested people to join.
Ballroom: dancing, toasts & roasts, countdownViolet Study: meet new peopleMoloch Maze: games, e.g., poker, Among UsGreat Library (1st floor): deep philosophical conversationsO... (read more)
Sounds good to me!
Link for the LW 2020/2021 NYE's Party
Today's update: quite possibly we will have an epic scavenger hunt of escalating difficulty. A little late, but schedule will be publicly posted in the next day or two.
This room will be for small group discussion (the best kind!). Each cluster of chairs is magically (ahem, technologically) sound isolated.
And there's another room specifically for 1-1 conversations (also sound isolation/privacy for each pair).
Big party, small party – which to choose? Well, you don't have to. We're now offering private rooms for meetup groups. Enjoy the party's crowds but retreat to your own suite within the luxurious Vampire Snow Lodge when you want to hang out with just your coterie.
If you're interested, DM me or comment here. Please say the name of your group and how many people you expect to attend from your group.
Heaven is real. We built it yesterday.
Exclusively for the pure of heart
Hi James,We moved to a different location around 5:20 or so. Sorry, I was inconsistent in location (Mushroom Kingdom, Map Room, and then a new under-construction area). I thought that would be more cool/fun, but in fact it was bad of me to change and not post about it. I'm very sorry, that's on me as an organizer that you missed out. We had a pretty good turnout. I think I can share you on a doc we wrote and get some stuff from that. Again, sorry!