Given a set of tasks, incentives are often aligned towards dropping a
task rather than allowing for perpetual accretion of delays.
How I put this site together and why.
Luck isn’t enough. You need a culture of virtue.
Hank Green’s Crash Course YouTube channel has an excellent series
about navigating digital information. It’s an excellent guide to how
internet users could intelligently consume information they see on the
internet. These are my (incomplete) notes from the series.
Origins of the phrase The title of this blog is Strong Opinions, Weakly Held. The same concept shows up elsewhere are Strong Opinions Loosely Held. An eponymous essay by Paul Saffo in  introduced the world to this concept.
In his essay – which isn’t very long if you would like to read the whole thing yourself – he lays out the concept as follows:
I have found that the fastest way to an effective forecast is often through a sequence of lousy forecasts.