Did you ever find an answer to this?
>standardization and interoperability (e.g. email, the Web
Unfortunately, we’re seeing some unwinding of this, as the dominance of gmail makes it impractical to self host (because they refuse to deliver your mail), and with the rise of apps rather than web pages.
Was it worth it?
These posts are so very wholesome and I enjoy them thoroughly.
The markets are in moderately fake money, but Manifold dollars do represent charitable contributions
They can also be redeemed for high quality shirts!
Also some users are willing to trade real money for Manifold money.
Backup citizenship! There were some posts about it here I think.
Plenty more examples. Toiletries for an overnight bag, for one.
It makes sense that Ukrainian bond yields went up after the invasion, but why did they go up and down more recently?
I joined the Optimized Dating discord server and got better photos.
Hm, okay, let me just stand here and carefully research the legal technicalities of the definition of medical care while you’re rapidly engulfed in flames.
The most important thing I learned is that if you find yourself in an emergency situation, it is better to do almost anything rather than nothing. Again, if someone stops breathing for any reason, they have only minutes to live. They are dead by default, unless someone intervenes. There is very little you can do to them that is worse than cutting off their oxygen.
In fact, it is probably better to attempt CPR or the Heimlich maneuver than to do nothing, even if you have never been trained and are only guessing, or mimicking what you have seen on television.
Unfortunately the legal system doesn’t reflect this.
Does anyone have a link to the LessWrong slack?
How can you tell he’s sad?
Typically board members are elected by shareholders, and an attacker can win a proxy fight with a relatively small portion of the shares if he can convince other shareholders.
Aren’t CEOs mostly Republicans? And what’s stopping the shareholders from insisting on prioritizing profit?
This wasn’t a super popular post or anything, but it stuck out in my memory for some reason. I think it gets at something fundamental and meaningful, but hard to describe. I found myself returning to this recently, after noticing myself matching with nerdy girls even though no aspect of my profile or swiping would so filter.
Cool cake demonstration. I think I would vote for pushing the button. Eating cake is fun, but destroying cake is also fun while being much healthier. I suppose if we’re doing the whole democracy thing, we could even let the no voters eat some before we destroy it.
ARMs make sense in theory, but I’ve heard that in practice the embedded interest rate option tends to be underpriced because homeowners don’t always exercise when it would benefit them.
Oof. Come on guys, this post isn’t THAT bad.
The reactionaries might say that the decline of fighting is indicative of the downfall of the masculine western man.