In this issue: Idleness Idleness The word "idle" has religious roots; it originally meant "totally open to the world." This is good in the sense that you're open-minded, innovative, and creative. But bad in the sense that there are some things that should be cut out of life (E.g…
In this issue: Against Anti-Trust Drug Norms Are Arbitrary Everything As Dance Circles Against Anti-Trust Sophisticated lawyers typically draw out the…
In this issue: Exaggerated Insecurity The Future is Private, and Dark Reimagining Criminal Justice (Writing took a second seat to exploring the 4th…
In this issue: Signaling Meets Path-Dependence A Benchmark to Judge “Capitalism” Encouraging Multinational Monopolies Self-Fulfilling Black Swans…
Warning: half-baked, explicitly leaning into hot takes. In this issue: Information Diet Time Frames Are Arbitrary Source of Accomplishments Speaking of…
In this issue: Free Trade Is Distracting Speaking of Miscalculated Returns Declining Humility Using Energy Wisely Work Shapes Us Acceptable/Reasonable…
In this issue: War Debts Game Theory Thinking More Rigorously About Prices Why An Old-Fashioned Concept Is Dying On Anger Management On Code Switching…
First, on the name: "My Highlights." This is my attempt to synthesize and digest 63 notes and 127 highlights I've taken on interesting articles, books…
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