Life advice from my most popular Twitter thread ever.
Competition can often be bad, but competing well is often the only path to cooperating well.
Gillette and Roger Federer demonstrate the difference between traditional and toxic masculinity, who hates hierarchies and why, and the virtues learned by watching sports.
Exploring materialism, Buddhism, demons, suffering, and monogamy with deluks917 and a jar of peanut butter.
If someone is worse at their job than a drunk person with Google, why do they still have their job?
Should I keep trying one diet after another or just accept my figure as it is? I let the voices in my head hash it out.
Should secular liberals try to get in the head of a conservative philosopher of religion? Yes, if it's all in the pursuit of truth.
Antinatalism isn't just bad philosophy, it's partly based on bad economics. I argue that having kids isn't just good for the kids, it makes the whole world better off.
Take some advice from Trump and Nick Foles - if you're an underdog you should assume that you're lucky.
Slack is freedom: how to measure it, build it and use it. Plus - why did God lie to Abraham?
Life is all about competition, and competitions are all about winning. Unless they don't have to be.
The view from just outside the millennialest social class.
What my old job taught me about company culture and diversity.
I partake in the ancient tradition of blogging about productivity systems instead of getting actual work done.
For the hardest choices we make in life, our gut is not enough. We also need a chart with numbers in it.
Putanumonit's simple and suboptimal guide to personal finance and investment.