Sharing is caring

A more social media savvy person would probably do what I'm about to do using something like Twitter and blast tweets out into the twitterverse. But, as you know, I am not a social media savvy person—and that's by choice—and so I'm going to share a bunch of random stuff here. There's no particular reason behind me sharing these, are just a collection of things I find interesting.

I'm gonna start with three space related links. The first is Brian Koberlein's personal site that I find very enjoyable and the other two are two newsletters by Jatan Mehta: Space Impact and Moon Monday. I said these two are newsletters but I personally read both using my RSS reader as normal blogs so I honestly don't know what to call them.

Next we have another recent addition to my RSS feeds and that is LessWrong and the best way to describe it is to quote from their about page:

a community dedicated to improving our reasoning and decision-making. We seek to hold true beliefs and to be effective at accomplishing our goals. More generally, we work to develop and practice the art of human rationality.

Another site I have to highlight is "Sixty fucking minutes" which I absolutely adore and I can't wait for the next entry to go live.

Finally, Carl and I launched a simple web experiment called The Forest. We're trying to collect interesting personal sites, blogs and independent publications so if you have something you think fits in there, feel free to send us a link.

Where do you go from here?

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