Other recent posts
- One misuse of the efficient Katja hypothesis
- Mental minimalism
- Wanting the destination in a journey-based community
- Non-existent markets in everything: anecdotes
- Mistakes #4: breaking Chesterton’s fence in the presence of bull
- Misunderstandings of not understanding
- Mistakes I’ve made part 3: Poor sacrificial accounting
- Mistakes I’ve made, part 2: Father Christmas
- Mistakes I’ve made, part 1: greedy altruism
- Why are track records unpopular?
This is Katja Grace’s blog. It is about the idiosyncratic class of things Katja considers to be on the frontier of important and interesting. Empirically, it tends to be about human behavior, social institutions and rules, anthropic reasoning, personal experimentation and improvement, philanthropy, and the prospect of robots replacing humans. Katja is responsible for omissions as well as actions, and aspires to save the world at some point.