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The Micropayments model from the finance industry gets used extensively in the age of the internet of things. Billing cycles extend down to a minute or a second to second usage basis. For example, paying micro bills for using a toaster, or a TV, or an AC on an hourly usage basis.
Myths are the APIs that keep your mind and body in sync.
If you want to stay persistent and evolve in this wealth creation game, focus on creations that dissolve boundaries.
Today we celebrate teacher's day in India. Immensely blessed and thankful to have the guidance of @naval @jackbutcher My metaverse teachers!
RT @jackbutcher: one constant in human history, increasing the speed of wealth creation
Which option is more clear and distinct? Option A: geographic restrictions are lifted up Option B: geographic restrictions are lifted away Option C: geographic restrictions are not there
More closer and experiential the spatial metaphor, the more clear and straightforward is the communication.
Most of our broader fundamental set of metaphors revolve around spatial orientation.
Short circuit creativity to increase productivity. Choose 🌟
RT @antirez: My point is: read all the papers about an argument before finalizing your solution, but 1) Let your imagination have some spac…
effectiveness, the engine of the industrial age efficiency, the engine of the information age
@BitTorrent @P2P_Foundation #decentralized @utorrent
- The last strategy enables healthy exploration, exploitation tradeoffs So these were some key highlights for me, you can let me know if am missing something interesting or if misunderstood anything here 🍃 🌠🌟🐈
- connect with 1 random peer and be altruistic by keeping the connection alive (even if low download speeds offered from fellow peer) - if the random peer turns out to offer strong download rate, replace them with the top 4 peers - continue the random peer selection strategy
Some key takeaways. - a peer contacts the tracker to get a list of fellow peers in the network (during coldstart) - connect with 4 to 10 (approx) peers who provide highest download rate - collect the rarest pieces first -
Amazing ideas explaining how BitTorrent solves cooperative sharing of files 🌟💡🌻 https://t.co/OYmf2zL42X
@giansegato Thanks for the post, definitely an eye popper, I like how it links up the past and how and why block chain fits in the present digital context!
Know, that certain strangers, certain unborn projects, certain untravelled ways of thinking are waiting just for you. Can you take a step closer to them, right now. @reminder to self 💫🌟☄️
RT @MIT_CSAIL: 9 key CS topics - and the best book and video for learning each of them: https://t.co/i6qNiDQPpT (credit @BradfieldCS) https…
dummy way to calculate attention given to a line https://t.co/wgbmBR1fQq
Stay common. Yet exhibit micro deviation from the masses.
@IamRWR2 Amazing art work. Really raw and awesome at the same time. I love the intricate attention given to micro expressions on faces. 🌠❤️
You are the way or in the way.
RT @NavalismHQ: "Flow is always there. You’re just in the way." @naval
My fascination steers towards how primitive tools such grep, sed, redis, awk, sockets, forking etx implemented in C can be stitched together to wrangle enormous amounts of data. The more I discover such tools, the more I wanna learn about tools, concepts revolving around Unix🌟
It's so interesting to see how simple operations on primitive abstract data structures as implemented in redis are insanely quick and act as a data adapter on top of your application by supercharging it with so many capabilities.
Want a leaderboard you got sorted sets, want to find relations between friends, set operations or lexicographic indexing is there for you. Want to find how many unique cars passed a traffic light intersection, say hi to hyperloglogs!!🌟
Redis is such a simple bae! Sits on top of a db, like mysql, postgres, mongo etc and it instantly makes your data so much alive, quick, in the sense that you can perform fast social operations. @RedisLabs @antirez
RT @rahul_scg: Develop your startup muscle by enlarging the scope of Sandbox. Add both old & new features to the Sandbox so the team can m…
Social function of Religion – It helps individuals and community overcome moral dilemmas by overriding incentives of any kind, e.g. regulatory, financial or personal.
𝗪𝗵𝘆 𝗮𝗰𝘁 𝗼𝗻 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗮𝗯𝗼𝘃𝗲 𝗮𝗰𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 𝗽𝗼𝗶𝗻𝘁𝘀 ? ▪️ Lindy healthy: balances both short term and long term goals. ▪️ Micro actions aligned towards macro visions ▪️ Hacky heuristic to solve the exploration and exploitation trade-off of life.
𝗔𝘀𝗸 𝘆𝗼𝘂𝗿𝘀𝗲𝗹𝗳. 🔹 What are the 2 major tasks, I must focus on today ? 🔹 What are the 5 long term goals, which I must achieve in the next 20+ years ?
🔹 That we often underestimate the amount of things we can achieve in the long run 🔹 While also overestimating the amount of things we can do in the short term So how to apply proper effort in life ?
𝗜𝗻𝘃𝗲𝘀𝘁 𝘆𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝘁𝗶𝗺𝗲 𝗽𝗿𝗼𝗽𝗲𝗿𝗹𝘆 𝗯𝘆 𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗿𝗿𝗶𝗱𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝘀𝗸𝗲𝘄𝗲𝗱 𝗲𝘀𝘁𝗶𝗺𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻𝘀 𝗼𝗳 𝘁𝗶𝗺𝗲𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗲𝘀. What do you mean by that?
RT @rahul_scg: “Intention come before attention”
UNIX philosophy: "Power of a system comes more from the relationships among programs than from the programs themselves" - Brian Kernighan
@Suhail Browser @ a given Link = Blink
Technologically possible doesn't mean it gets implemented, non linear social incentives shape what is
Reverse influence - "you can coast off of these incredible reputations that exist, like add value to them tap into some of their network effects and let the stream carry you" - @jackbutcher dense yet simple!⭐️
Want to predict how societies evolve ? - focus on how technology, climate and microbial fauna shape the expression of violence.
@SamiInBirdApp @mkobach You should definitely check out Manipal :) https://t.co/2j7IzKRv1Q
Inspiration goes well with expression.
RT @jackbutcher: When attention is capital, distribution is a money printer.
"One node in the network can actually explode an idea" - @jackbutcher
@justinkan "Those who find action in in-action and in-action in action are intelligent among men" - Bhagawad Gita
Abracadabra of the magic world, is what root access is in today's world ps: root access to core servers, database systems, the live grid essentially 🧲🧬🧭
Effecient systems rewarded than social status based systems PS: cognitive elite invent their own work
RT @rahul_scg: “learning” is the oldest excuse in the book for a failure of execution
Be here, so on that day, you are there, wherever you are 🌟🌠🐈
fragile systems: centralized networks, prone to stress, slow tinkering ✂️ antifragile systems: p2p networks, hydra (cut one head, two more grow), resilient to stress, quick iterations 🌟🌠
@nntaleb thanks for the wisdom 😄 Choice: Being Antifragile and dumb 🔄 or Being Smart and fragile
PERSPECTIVE seller: always pitch things with context, never in isolation. buyer: chooses by looking at options, to understand context and choices
Sharpen your strongest desires, than polish sub-optimal ones.
"You are young, and have the world before you, stoop as you go through it, and you will miss many hard thumps" - Benjamin Franklin
Engage in deep flow activities. Block out chunks of 2-3 hours for your craft. Less context switch, more satisfaction
RT @NavalismHQ: "Evolution works by mutation and selection. Innovation works by trial and error. Science works by conjecture and critici…
"double the decisions at half the precision" startup principles by @patrickc amazing insight!
Attention bandwidth is infinite. Increase throughput in the moment, increase time dilation. /[metattention]
life is a series of finite moments to experience that single moment that lasts for infinity. /[metabstraction]
RT @balajis: Algorithms and incentives that surface what is important and true, rather than what is merely popular and profitable.
RT @jackbutcher: Build education products from the bottom up. https://t.co/qYvXZSQdEI
RT @visualizevalue: "A single arrow is easily broken; a bundle of ten is not." — Japanese Proverb https://t.co/5MQInTq3dE
RT @naval: If you’re interested now, you’ll be interesting later.
RT @andrewchen: Elon: "Fear is not the mind killer, context switching is the mind killer" via @joinClubhouse
Code once, run twice.
You are what you click and tap.
@aayush_krishnan @pradologue May I know what kind of a social network you are building. I too am from Manipal. Cheers!
RT @jackbutcher: The market doesn't see your ability, it sees your ability to communicate. "The world rewards the people who are best at c…
@naval @balajis Could this session be recorded for Android users
@girdharspeaks @balajis @naval +1
@harveypmichael This paper was an interesting read. If someone wants to check about the AI box scenario. Here's some lead https://t.co/h4FtJlK875
@david_perell Contribute each day to humanity, as if you were going to live forever. Enjoy each moment as if it were your last.
Neither long Nor avoid And the way reveals itself to you
Neither by working Nor by renouncing Do you attain freedom
@david_perell If someone wants to listen to this with some background music, @akirathedon has created some awesome meaningwave. https://t.co/4iWfI2d8Za Thanks a ton Akira for introducing us to DFW through music!!! 🌊
@KapilGuptaMD Neither avoid nor long, And the way reveals itself to you
@ShaneAParrish The debugger is the debugged.
Do not, what has to be done by you. Do, what has to be done through you
@remiolutimayin @abhinav @JamesClear Classic ☀️⚡
@remiolutimayin @abhinav @JamesClear Think of it like preparing for the worst case scenario and having contingency plans like batman
@twmk @jackbutcher @visualizevalue Glad you like it :)
@jackbutcher @visualizevalue Thanks Jack, means a lot 🙌 Keep inspiring folks 🙂
The website is best viewed on a laptop. This is a mvp
@jackbutcher inspired after reading your tweets and visuals from @visualizevalue I built this prototype for smart search on books. https://t.co/KejG2fNamj Thanks for your constant stream of inspiration, keep them coming! 😄
Releasing shortly. Semantic search of books for smart information retrieval. Read what you need. Being built on Sentence transformers (distilroberta-base-msmarco-v2), will be deployed through cortex. https://t.co/3itbCyJSmv
RT @jackbutcher: Three word content strategy: Document your evolution.
Non linear ways to hack reality. Gain by losing Be harsh to be good Do by not doing
(What you work on) X (With whom you work) X (What time you work) X (Where you work) = 4 W's to leverage your input
3. Now work as hard as you can 🔹 Sprint, rest, reassess and try again.
2. Surround yourself with the best people possible. Always raise your bar higher. 🔹Pick a network that's going to have the best alumni network in the future 🔹Find individuals with highest intelligence, energy and integrity
1. What you work on is the most important thing. What should I be working on. 🔹Find an emerging market 🔹An exciting product to work on 🔹 Intersects with your specific knowledge
Career hack algorithm from @naval. Taken from work as hard as you can podcast clip. Thread 👇😄
@george__mack An app that triggers on a wake word (Google assistant action), takes a screenshot, parses the content (Google lens) and stores in a dashboard. The app will automatically infer, if it's a tweet or a YouTube video and save a link of the content by talking to respective API's
Being independently dependent.
Do by not doing, search by not searching, Recieve by not receiving.
@orangebook_ "Tradition becomes our security and when the mind is secure, it is in decay" - Jiddu Krishnamurti https://t.co/14mkxFjmAX
@Kpaxs “The ability to observe without evaluating is the highest form of intelligence.” ― J. Krishnamurti https://t.co/VnJghhiwQZ
RT @george__mack: Josh argues that in order to be at a 10/10 with focus, you have to be able to hit a 0/10 via relaxation & recovery In or…
Stack up your constraints (the things that you don't want to do), then throw in some options. Voila! Now you know what to do.
Trust is an extremely scalable network attribute.
Abstraction eats abstraction.
RT @naval: Good artists perform; great artists play.
RT @naval: Write to learn, not to teach.
RT @NavalBot: "Notifications are just alarm clocks that someone else is setting for you." - @naval
RT @naval: Forty hour workweeks, regardless of the job. Four year degrees, regardless of the major. Four decades to retirement, regardles…
RT @naval: On the distant horizon are trustless, decentralized, and easy-to-use blockchain-based social apps. They can't break existing net…
One is always heavy than many.
Don't micro solve, aim for macro solve.
RT @devonzuegel: I’m increasingly of the belief that incentive design is the most important problem to work on. Humans are good at overcomi…
We are always a few iterations away from an exciting result.
RT @TalebWisdom: "Study something old but not visibly useful (classics), something modern and useful (accounting, coding), never something…
RT @shl: Don't think you deserve the job? Apply for it anyways. Don't think your article is good enough? Publish it anyways. Don't think…
@TGarasangi You are me, me are you
@TGarasangi How can one forget oneself.
The debugger is the debugged.
Do then regret is [>than] regret and !do.
RT @naval: Think for yourself, not of yourself. Think of others, not for others.
@arjunaa_sr Finishing off the first day of ISCLS (International Sanskrit Computational Linguistic Symposium) on a high note, on how to make ancient Sanskrit texts available to a larger audience through the Mahabharata Project @ManipalUni #NLPRoc https://t.co/0qPQWBfaoV
@VijarKohli @polina_marinova What's, think week by the way?
RT @shl: How to make something great: make something bad, then repeatedly make it less-bad.
@Bilal_Dendani @seb_ruder That's a topic for another log post!
@seb_ruder Glad you liked it! Means a lot :)
And you all should definitely check his new paper on episodic memory here ! https://t.co/9dnxaHDb3b
5 Major open problems in NLP. https://t.co/sHZ3SYKpxB Have compiled 5 major problems/opportunities for students, researchers and NLP enthusiasts to work on with open pointers to resources. A ton of wishes to @seb_ruder for his work in NLP community!
@ACL2019_Italy @acl_srw @aclmeeting https://t.co/s4OJWg0NgO Here's a ACL 2019 word cloud containing most recurring keywords from all the papers.
@DBredvick @naval Good work there!
RT @naval: How to Get Rich (without getting lucky):
1937: " I have got your back, read this book of mine called, Think and Grow Rich " - Napoleon Hill 2019: "I have got your back, listen to this podcast of mine, How to get rich (without getting lucky) " - Naval Ravikant @naval Grateful for this timeless gift of yours!