I’m continuing my theme of spending time on reading physical books, physical exercise or walks, people I love, writing & practising a song on the guitar. I did it again today.
Emma McAleavy hates resumes, and shows how to invest your time in better, more useful things instead.
Sahil Bloom describes the Stanford experiment which almost immediately captivated my attention. I What’s the highest return possible on a $5 investment in 2 hours? (The winning team) realized that the most valuable asset was not the $5 or the 2 hours of time for the challenge, but the presentation time in front of a class of Stanford students. Avoid the distractions, ask fundamental questions, and select the leveraged approach.
An interesting perspective on Why haven’t LLM’s solved NLP already?
I love the way a train of thought leaves the station. Something is said or noticed, and before we know it, off we go. A carriage full of ideas talking to each other, pulled along by the engine of curiosity. – Richard Merrick
The Django song Montagne Saint Genevieve that caught my attention, wanting to play this as well as I can. Still working through it.