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diff --git a/content/garden/clippings.gmi b/content/garden/clippings.gmi @@ -1,43 +0,0 @@ -# Clippings - -A collection of notes and clippings from articles that don't yet fit anywhere else, but which I still find valuable. - -## On Writing - -While the only bar for publishing what you write is the one that you set for yourself, you need to find a balance between perfectionism and just publishing the damn thing already. - -Things to write about are everywhere, you just have to get better at recognizing the opportunity. - -## Building/Creating - -> Ever find yourself about to ship something that isn't good enough? -…"We can always come back and fix it up later". -You can, but you won't. -New priorities pull harder than old ones. - -> A lack of quality rarely qualifies as a bug, and it's hard to justify the time, effort, and tradeoffs required to come back with a polishing cloth down the road. - -=> https://world.hey.com/jason/don-t-defer-quality-aaa105e4 Don't Defer Quality - -## Notetaking - -> In taking notes, it’s the journey that matters (the habitual process of taking notes, synthesizing ideas, and re-articulating them) not the destination (a highly-organized and tagged library of notes for recall). - -=> https://blog.jim-nielsen.com/2022/reading-notes-june/ -=> https://www.baldurbjarnason.com/2022/on-online-collaboration/ - -## Web3 - -> Web3 is a fun buzzword used by a group of people who believe our use of the web will evolve into a digital land-grab where you can monetise absolutely everything with the help of environment-destroying technology. - -=> https://chaos.social/@cityroler/108697761132980120 - -## Society and Humans - -Humans naturally build consensus when in groups, even when they don't intend to. - -> And that’s all great and intuitive… until you get to humans. Humans, he said, demonstrate the opposite principle: more interactions equals dumber behavior. When we come together and interact as a group seeking consensus, we lose sophistication and intelligence. Ants get smarter while we get dumber. - -> At its simplest form, it means that if you take a bunch of people and ask them (as individuals) to answer a question, the average of each of those individual answers will likely be better than if the group works together to come up with a single answer. - --- Kathy Sierra, _The Wisdom of Crowds_ diff --git a/content/garden/greenhouse/clippings.gmi b/content/garden/greenhouse/clippings.gmi @@ -0,0 +1,47 @@ +# Clippings + +A collection of notes and clippings from articles that don't yet fit anywhere else, but which I still find valuable. + +## On Writing + +While the only bar for publishing what you write is the one that you set for yourself, you need to find a balance between perfectionism and just publishing the damn thing already. + +Things to write about are everywhere, you just have to get better at recognizing the opportunity. + +## Building/Creating + +> Ever find yourself about to ship something that isn't good enough? +…"We can always come back and fix it up later". +You can, but you won't. +New priorities pull harder than old ones. + +> A lack of quality rarely qualifies as a bug, and it's hard to justify the time, effort, and tradeoffs required to come back with a polishing cloth down the road. + +=> https://world.hey.com/jason/don-t-defer-quality-aaa105e4 Don't Defer Quality + +> Selling out is usually more a matter of buying in. Sell out, and you're really buying into someone else's system of values, rules and rewards. + +=> https://web.mit.edu/jmorzins/www/C-H-speech.html + +## Notetaking + +> In taking notes, it’s the journey that matters (the habitual process of taking notes, synthesizing ideas, and re-articulating them) not the destination (a highly-organized and tagged library of notes for recall). + +=> https://blog.jim-nielsen.com/2022/reading-notes-june/ +=> https://www.baldurbjarnason.com/2022/on-online-collaboration/ + +## Web3 + +> Web3 is a fun buzzword used by a group of people who believe our use of the web will evolve into a digital land-grab where you can monetise absolutely everything with the help of environment-destroying technology. + +=> https://chaos.social/@cityroler/108697761132980120 + +## Society and Humans + +Humans naturally build consensus when in groups, even when they don't intend to. + +> And that’s all great and intuitive… until you get to humans. Humans, he said, demonstrate the opposite principle: more interactions equals dumber behavior. When we come together and interact as a group seeking consensus, we lose sophistication and intelligence. Ants get smarter while we get dumber. + +> At its simplest form, it means that if you take a bunch of people and ask them (as individuals) to answer a question, the average of each of those individual answers will likely be better than if the group works together to come up with a single answer. + +-- Kathy Sierra, _The Wisdom of Crowds_