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Related to (Eliezer Yudkowsky): Inadequacy and Modesty Epistemic Status: Confident. No sports knowledge required. In 2005, Willie Randolph became manager of the New York Mets. In his first five games as manager, all of which he lost, Willie made more decisions … Continue reading
Epistemic Status: Especially about the future. Response To (Eliezer Yudkowsky): There’s No Fire Alarm for Artificial General Intelligence It’s long, but read the whole thing. Eliezer makes classic Eliezer points in classic Eliezer style. Even if you mostly know this already, … Continue reading
Epistemic Status: Good news, everyone! On October 5, 2017, my second son was born. Everyone say hello to the wonderful Gideon Mowshowitz: As you can imagine, it’s been quite a week. We are all doing well, and slowly recovering aside … Continue reading
I was about to meditate. There was a beginners’ meditation class three blocks away at the 14th Street Y. Seemed wrong to not check it out. Low risk, potential high reward. Non-zero story value. Might even learn something.
Epistemic Status: Parable By way of the comments on SlateStarCodex, from Essential Sufism:
Epistemic Status: Several months of experimentation, then talking from the hip Commentary On: Bring Back the Sabbath Required: Slack I have a lot of thoughts on the topic that don’t belong in the main presentation. I’m going to put them here … Continue reading
Epistemic Status: Several months of experimentation Previously: Choices are Bad, Choices Are Really Bad, Complexity Is Bad, Play in Easy Mode, Play in Hard Mode, Out to Get You, Slack For More Thoughts After: Sabbath Commentary Alternate Take (Endorsed): Sabbath Hard and Go Home. Slack is … Continue reading