The OpenBSD's mailing list page netiquette section is excellent. It is a distillation of how to communicate online, i.e.: Plain text, 72 characters per line [or simplest formatting available]Do your homework before writingInclude a useful subject line [or headline]Trim your signatureStay on topicInclude important informationRespect differences in opinion and philosophy Using only plain text is … Continue reading OpenBSD’s Guide to Netiquette
Tim Ferriss has a currently popular blog post, "Ten Lessons I Learned While Teaching Myself to Code," that I've seen mentioned in a few places. While it is largely good advice, there is one point that is wrong. It does matter what language you learn. Here's the ten lessons from his article: The online world … Continue reading Learn to Program With Common Lisp
Series from America's Test kitchen that offers insight into popular foods and recipes. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnbzopdwFrnaW_eQvwRna_NpP5A3az9m0
"AI is not only for engineers. If you want your organization to become better at using AI, this is the course to tell everyone--especially your non-technical colleagues--to take. In this course, you will learn: - The meaning behind common AI terminology, including neural networks, machine learning, deep learning, and data science - What AI realistically … Continue reading AI For Everyone
https://vimeo.com/22053820 I was reminded of this talk recently. Thought it was worth adding since the advice is timeless, even though it is relatively old. The only thing I don't like is the use of the word, "fuck," and the cutesy obscured spelling of it. Here's an idea, if the word "fuck," is inappropriate, don't use … Continue reading F*ck [Fuck] you. Pay me.
"Did I devote enough time to my family? Did I learn enough new things? Did I develop new friendships and deepen old ones?" —Jenny Anderson, "The only metric of success that really matters is the one we ignore." Quartz. March 12, 2019. Probably better to not ask the question at all than believe the answer … Continue reading Do the People You Care About Love You Back?