Being able to do a thorough review of the academic literature is a pretty useful skill, and there are lots of topics I’d like to see a review of. So I’ve written up some notes about my process in the hope that they inspire you to do some literature reviewing of your own.
I’m Ben! This is where I put things I write, usually about some convex combination of effective altruism, math, computers, philosophy, and other assorted miscellany.
In the depths of an open plan office, you learn many things. You learn how impossible it is to write computer programs with conversation in the background. You learn which of your coworkers care about how much money Warren Buffett has. But most importantly, you learn the tools of survival.
Here’s what I know.
Suppose you’re writing a script to spin up servers for your web application…
On some silly San Francisco regulations that might help meetup groups solve the nice-space-without-food-costs problem.