I assume you mean Rationality: From AI to Zombies. I have read this. I think that the wiki is brilliant for: concise definitions of the concepts, hosting the links to all of the related posts and storing reference data like the meanings of acronyms. I guess I am more looking for something that would work as an introduction for less wrong newbies, a refresher of the main concepts for less wrong veterans and a guideline or best practices document which will explain methods that can be used to apply the core less wrong concepts. These methods should preferrably have been verified to be useful in some way.
I suppose I could write summaries/new explanations, but I have the following problems with this:
I am sure that there are other people on this site who could do a much better job at this than I can
I don’t have any practical experience teaching these concepts to others
I don’t have access to data on what methods have worked in teaching these concepts to others
There is the reading group. I’m also short on experience on what ingrains techniques in one’s life, but it seems that consistent and gradual integration is one way.
Noticing when the concept will be relevant is the first step. Making sure you have a way of honing situational noticing is more difficult. Application only gets a chance when these two things are developed to a decent extent.
Brienne has a blog that goes into detail on this. Useful.
But no one has gone through the entirety of the sequences and compacted them entirely. I am starting a practical application system overview for myself, and will begin posting results with the reading group. It will take a long time before the posts are complete and ready to be compiled, however.