Intellectual superpower books

Maybe because I am a bookworm, but this is a tweet storm that I decided to make a blog post to better organize my thoughts. Investigation of truth The Pleasure of Finding Things Out: The Best Short Works of Richard P. Feynman. Jeffrey Robbins (Editor). This provided confirmation bias on my love of tinkering on… Continue reading Intellectual superpower books

Resolution progress 2022 : Q1

Read 12 30 books. I have finished 8, which is well above the 25% pace at 66.7%. Updating the goal to include 18 more books, so now 30. Will count audiobooks. Not counting kids books. Add 12 read to the kid at least 20 times. 1 of these. Not counting short stories / novellas. 4… Continue reading Resolution progress 2022 : Q1

Inverse Editor-Author Power

New authors have fairly weak power. Editors can exert their power to: streamline the story such that it flows more smoothly cut out dense detailed descriptions that take the reader from the story their experience at what it takes to make a book become a bestseller gives them authority The trick is when the author… Continue reading Inverse Editor-Author Power

Goodreads Feature Request: Mentioned books

I am reading Warnings: Finding Cassandras to Stop Catastrophes. As the authors wrote about experts, the mentioned the books of them. It would be nice to have these books noted on the page with the Want To Read button. It looks like the Kindle app does this. Well, technically, they have a buy other books… Continue reading Goodreads Feature Request: Mentioned books

Terminology

This guy won the Internet for a while. “I love learning the words that their generation comes up with — both the unique ones as well as the ones where they take an existing word and give it a completely different meaning.” One of my favorite web sites is Urban Dictionary because people apply new… Continue reading Terminology