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Unfortunately the bot works only in Discord and Slack.


Here's another about biking:


Sure! Here's a simple conversation about tea:


Filtering for "people who can afford to pay for a workshop" works pretty well.

This is surprising to me. It seems to assume income is just based on general competence, which doesn't seem true to me. There are a lot of people who seem to have these traits who would find it really difficult to pay for this, and vice versa


I can see why you think it would be contradictory. The idea in the example was that both of you want better working environment in your workplace, but you have different opinions on how to get there. Whereas the disclaimers were about situations where this is not the case. For example, a situation where the other person doesn't care about a safe working environment. Does that make it clearer?

We are probably going to change the example if it's unclear though


Some of the links in this post don't work for me. They seem to be links to localhost.


Is there a tag for posts applying CFAR-style rationality techniques? I'm a bit surprised that I haven't found one yet, and also a bit surprised by how few posts of people applying CFAR-style techniques (like internal double crux) there are.


It doesn't seem sufficient anymore to have a VPN in order to get an access to Claude. You also need a UK/US -based phone number. If anyone knows how to get around this, please let me know!