• Posts
  • RSS
  • ◂◂RSS
  • Contact

  • Google chrome

    January 22nd, 2010
    browser, computers
    I tried google chrome at work for a month. I've decided I don't like it. It's supposed to be faster and more stable. Relative to firefox, I found neither of these. Chrome crashes more often than firefox used to, and tabs take a long time to come back if I've not seen them in a while. I think this is because they're getting swapped out. Which is windows' fault, but I don't care. Firefox doesn't swap part of itself out the same way, so I'm switching back.

    Comment via: facebook

    Recent posts on blogs I like:

    Interview with Kat Woods: decision-making about having kids

    Realizing what you don't want The post Interview with Kat Woods: decision-making about having kids appeared first on Otherwise.

    via Otherwise July 5, 2022

    Decision theory and dynamic inconsistency

    Here is my current take on decision theory: When making a decision after observing X, we should condition (or causally intervene) on statements like “My decision algorithm outputs Y after observing X.” Updating seems like a description of something you do…

    via The sideways view July 3, 2022

    10x (engineer, context) pairs

    Your actual output depends on a lot more than just how quickly you finish a given programming task. Everything besides the literal coding depends deeply on the way you interact with the organization around you.

    via benkuhn.net June 9, 2022

    more     (via openring)


  • Posts
  • RSS
  • ◂◂RSS
  • Contact