If I cannot explain it simply I don’t understand it well enough. This is sort of a private wiki of mine. It is inevitably a work-in-progress so tap for infrequent email updates to read more finished versions.
If the retina would stop updating information and hold on to one image a person would be blind. If one is unable to update their point of view based on new information a person is intellectually blind.
@September 9, 2021
I love surfing, but catching waves is not what I am after. Yes, it is fun to ride down, but it's the same type of fun as zigzagging on a bicycle during my commute home. I think catching a wave is just a little bait for my brain to be where the waves crash... Read More...
@June 30, 2021
There are 7 billion people with vastly different explanations of the world. Vast majority strongly believe that their own peculiar version is correct and somehow escape the statistical probability that it might not be the case.
@August 19, 2020
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What topics are the most important to you?
Why to meditate?
It lowers anxiety; brings higher emotional control; enhances navigating through complex decisions or problems (i.e. it's making me a better designer). Read more in a guide to
What is the most interesting and forward-thinking group of people that you are aware of?
People gathered around
What is the most important and neglected idea about the way people communicate?
The density of information. The shorter the more valuable the message is (while the creator simultaneously preserves its depth and quality). On this website, I try to use as little words as possible. 💡A quick tip: By default books are long. I often "read books" by watching authors summarizing them in a 1.5h podcast or YouTube lecture. Often it's even a better content because authors simplify idea and communicate them in the most direct way. For example, listen to Sam Harris systematically sourcing Nick Bostrom's top ideas from four of his most influential papers.
What is wisdom?
Wisdom is just covering blind spots in one's mental model map of knowledge | Charlie Munger read more
Why are you developing this website?
My grandpa knew a lot about the evolution of religions, history of Slavs, law system of Poland. But this knowledge mostly died with him. Learning can be really entertaining, for some it is addictive. I feel the need for the input (learning) and the output (communicating findings) to be connected. Each of us is a peculiar filter of this complex world. What are your foundational motivations? Which are the most valuable resources you have? What are links, ideas, personalities that influenced you to choose the path you are on? I will be transmitting my findings through this website.
My grandpa Marian knew a lot about the evolution of religions, history of Slavs, law system of Poland but this knowledge mostly went with him to the grave. When I asked him why he don’t do something with this knowledge he said there is already too much written and he don’t need to add his three grosz’s (polish penny). I think he was subjected to Learning can be one of the most satisfying things in the world, for some it is even addictive. I feel the need for the input (learning) and the output (communicating findings) to be connected. Each of us is a peculiar filter of this complex world. What are your foundational motivations? Which are the most valuable resources you have? What are links, ideas, personalities that influenced you to choose the path you are on? I will be transmitting my findings through this website.