## § Big list of Hacker news

Strongest words ought to start and begin a sentences. A re-phrasing I made:
"Thus, we know that pr-ty lives in UNIV because of correctness of synth" into "Correctness of synth guarantees that pr-ty lives in UNIV".
There is low satisfaction of finishing and understanding a section, it seems
to flow a little too continuous.
Align figures to either all left or all right.
In structure, label references to future sections are non existent, so it
would help assure the reader in section x that you will talk more about the uses of this in section y.
What do you have in mind? works well to get to know what the other person
would like.
So the way I see it, is that as soon as you are
naming something, people may ask things like "What is X exactly? What is X composed of?". So I can clearly see reviewers ask "What is DSL composed of?", but if we wouldn't name it, I wouldn't expect reviewers to ask "What is the python interface composed of?"
She told me that I was what she calls institutionally poor. That I had been conditioned thru my childhood to think like a poor person and in doing so you send out unconscious signals to others. She told me this because she came up similar. She told me that it causes you to over analyze and over estimate risk and therefore you will not take the bold moves that people that don't have to worry do. That while you can change the world and everyone see it. If you hold onto the fear on meeting your net under you, that you will never extract your true value from other. So I said, so you are going to pay me my fair value, she laughed and said no, I got you for a very good deal. 3 Days latter I walked into her office, with my resignation letter and told her I had an offer from another company. She said, now you get it, how much did they offer. I told her, and she said I will double that if you stay.
Here's a discontinuity irl that I read about: you bite into an apple and find a worm. Disgusting. But worse would be to find 1/2 a worm, worse still 1/4 of a worm, etc... continuity would imply the worst case scenario is biting into an apple and not finding a worm.
PORT (wine) is always LEFT at sea, but never left at dinner. L for LEFT, is close to P for PORT. R for RIGHT, is close to S for STARBOARD
Mona Lisa was special in part because it was uncommon for people to smile. In Middle Ages, someone smiling a lot would be perceived as stupid. That's why facial expressions in medieval imagery are so serious. Today, being surprised a lot is often taken as a sign of stupidity, whereas in ancient Greece an owl was the bird of Athena, the goddess of wisdom. Because, obviously, an owl is always surprised, and surprise is the first step to understanding.
Social justice and "fairness" is rarely one of the main goals of a meritocracy. The main goal of a meritocracy is peak performance. NFL teams select the "best" quarter-backs not because it's most fair, but because it will produce the most wins. Universities grant tenure to the most productive professors, because that will enhance the University's reputation. Hospitals hire the best doctors, because they can save the most lives. A society should delegate its most important responsibilities to its smartest/most-knowledgable members, because they can best lead society through worldly challenges. Which is not to say that Social Justice isn't important. It is vital. But you don't get to it by hiring the wrong people in the wrong roles. A meritocracy excels at producing wealth - Universal Basic Income, Universal Healthcare, Unemployment Insurance, better Public Schooling... these are the kind of Social Justice programs that best distribute the wealth back to society.
my only other critique, which is good in general, but try to force yourself to
speak slower than you want to.
taking time to build a diagram is the best way to convey knowledge
learning to be comfortable with silences while speaking doesn't come naturally to anyone.