80,000 Hours asks nonprofit leaders about their jobs.
Chris Olah outlines a cool potential correspondence between neural networks and functional programming.
Scott Alexander gets back into political theorizing with a review of Manufacturing Consent. “Was I disappointed that the authors didn’t develop their original point about the media more? I was at first. Then I realized this was the book about obscure brutal Third World military conflicts that I’d never known I needed.”
Stephen Diehl lists all the things he wishes he knew when learning Haskell. Skimming highly recommended as this is long! My favorite parts were the list of things to avoid in Prelude, the entire section on promotion and higher kinded types; a couple parts of the section on tools; Template Haskell and lenses.