Thank you for the feedback and the interesting story about the American Cancer Society!Do you have a blog or place where you write about that type of “background” information/history?I still have a lot to learn and you are right not everything is black and white, reality is complex. At the start, you mentioned “selection algorithm”, could you expand on that?Thanks!
Thank you for the feedback!
In terms of convenience (doing the exercises on the site), I’m looking into it.Your comment about allowing people to send comments for specific examples is a great idea.Would you mind if I included your explanation of the example on the site?
Thanks for the feedback kithpendragon!In this case, I wrote the article, but it’s not really an article.It’s a set of exercises made for myself and others looking to practice certain concepts / mental models (this week was Hanlon’s Razor).I find it hard to make “rationality” or “thinking through things the right way” a habit with current resources (books, conversations, talks, life choices, etc).So I’m attempting to make something I want for myself that I can’t find, a learning platform for decision-making/rationality.Next time I post, I’ll make sure to take your advice and include a description and specifically write that I want feedback.
This is a very insightful way to look at it.You made an excellent point, a project usually requires different sets of skills.So assessing what the project requires and comparing it with your competence would actually give you a more accurate picture or prediction.Do you mind if I include your comment in the lesson, I really like it.I will give you credit and link back to your profile or social account.
If that’s too much, you can simply put it in the comment section of the lesson.But either way, I want more people to see it, it’s insightful.