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LessWrong Now Has Dark Mode

For technical reasons, we don't inherit the operating system dark-mode preference. Let us know in the comments if this is important to you and we might prioritize it.

Very important, for three reasons:

  1. Enabling dark mode in one tab doesn’t enable it in other tabs until you reload. With pure CSS prefers-color-scheme, a preference change applies to all tabs instantly.
  2. Operating system dark/light mode can be scheduled by time of day and micromanaging theme settings on many websites two times per day is a chore.
  3. prefers-color-scheme works without logging in and works in feed readers that don’t support JavaScript.
The EMH is False - Specific Strong Evidence

In the interest of avoiding confusion and generally making clear what we are talking about, it would be better to frame this debate as being about passive investing, instead of the efficient-market hypothesis.

What the EMH means traditionally is that for some market, conditioned on some set of available information, the expected value of the future price is equal to the current price times one plus the expected discount rate; in other words: current prices reflect available information. This doesn’t need to be taken literally, but markets being efficient sh... (read more)