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@zactspi @kai You guys might be interested in this humble bundle about and . I am fascinated by the more -y ones.

One of these days, I'm going to just post all the pretty graphs I made that were eventually cut from the final versions of papers that I wrote over the course of my PhD

@bthall @mplouffe I honestly also like reading out of discipline reviews also. Nothing like reading how biologists describe understandings of populations or similar to give perspective.

Often that perspective is that humans are idiosyncratic... but that's not a bad perspective.

@mplouffe Do you think that among Econ scholars it's common that they read Journal of Econ Lit articles for fun? I like the critical reviews of whole bodies of literature on topics that I haven't touched much before.

Most people scan content and make assumptions based on past experiences with similar pieces.

A bicycle comlany having difficulty with damaged shipments leveraged our propensity to scan by putting a TV image on its box. Damage rates fell 80%. #ux #design #industrialdesign

what do now that I'm no longer in academia

what do indeed

Suddenly remembered I’m lucky to research interesting and (to my mind) important topics and now I can’t stop smiling.

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I realized that my last semester of college led me to think of rates of change all but exclusively in terms of percentages, rather than levels. I'm glad that I've recognized this blindspot, and thankfully it isn't *too* different, but I suspect that I need to put some work in to open up the pathways in my mind that are associated with rates of change (a key notion in analysis).

Hi there!
I am a postdoc in computer science, working on A.I.-knowledge graph integration, user modeling, semantic web technologies, linked open data, digital libraries and information access... focussing on applications which support humans in learning about new topic areas and skills.

And I have an interest in responsible data usage, privacy, computer ethics.

People who do a lot of reading for a living (grad students, authors, professors, etc.): how do you keep up with all of it?

Getting these emails from #Leanpub is so fun and funny:

> A new reader just purchased your book!
> Price Paid: $0.00

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Writing a paper by talking out my ideas into my phone, which then auto-transcribes them, and then sending the text to my laptop and editing it.

I think this is a new, improved process?

It's "publish or perish," not "publish xor perish"

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