Search my posts
- learn x
- system 1
- system 2
- time management
- Draining friends
- A novel model of ADHD. Some self reported experiences and a comparison of motivation, flow, and more.
- Two kinds of Agency
- Complainy and Explainy voice
- Books I read 2017 – Part 2. Psychology, Management
- Transcript: Problem solving with a friend.
- Personal cheat sheet on what vitamins do to me
- How I accidentally discovered the pill to enlightenment but I wouldn’t recommend it.
- Global trend predictions 2018
- Object level weight loss tips
Author Archives: E
The following problem is best when not described by me: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secretary_problem Although there are many variations, the basic problem can be stated as follows: There is a single secretarial position to fill. There are n applicants for the position, and … Continue reading
So you’re a dev, and you just googled. “where is my nearest emergency room” and guess what, there is no easy answer. What if there was a real emergency? How would you get to the emergency room? Let’s pretend that … Continue reading
I had a chat with a person who admitted to having many problems themselves. I offered my services as a problem solving amateur, willing to try to get to the bottom of this. Presented is the conversation (With details changed … Continue reading
Part of my process of going from a large and complicated A, to a large and complicated B is to do small things along the way that gradually inch me closer to what I want to do. What I really … Continue reading
I went to a funeral once for someone I had recently met. it was unfortunate and I barely knew him. At the ceremony his father got up and said: to the young people in the room, my son was a … Continue reading
Cultivated a moussaka recipe. Moussaka is a mostly eggplant based recipe which involves layers of flavours of various vegetables. When you take a mouthful through several layers you want to experience several flavours at once. Which means that you want … Continue reading
This week my friend Anna said to me; “I just discovered my typical mind fallacy around visualisation is wrong”. Naturally I was perplexed and confused. She said; “When I was in second grade the teacher had the class do an … Continue reading
It’s not a hard question, but it potentially has a lot of moving parts. This post is going to be two in one. The first is whether you should move geography, the second is how I go through a problem. … Continue reading