This week I finally finished working my way through this book. The very short summary is that its good, if you're new to Rust or want to dive a little deeper into it, check it out. https://www.zero2prod.com/index.html A few more thoughts: * Working with
Author: A. C. Grayling Format: Audible Category: Science - General I am currently looking to move house and in preparation I've been trying to read books that have been on my shelf too long. These are books I have been meaning to get to for years. Often gifts
Format: Audible 32 Hours Author: Christopher Paolini Genre: Science Fiction Christopher Paolini, famous for the Eragon series, has taken a step into science fiction with the novel To Sleep in a Sea of Stars. The story follows a story of humanity expanding beyond the bounds of earth and coming face
> Do only as much today as you can recover from before tomorrow That phrase has haunted me since finishing Effortless by Greg McKeown. If you read that and think, 'Ha, that sounds like weakness', then you are an idiot. I say that with conviction because I myself
Nick Bostrom presents a broad and interesting review of the possible futures of superintelligent AI. The book provides an easy to approach summary of threats and potential solutions. Still, the book left me with more of an introduction to vocabulary than a practical approach on what to do about it.
Ultralearning by Scott Young is a practical, well-written guide to learning things at speed. It should appeal to anyone who loves productivity hacks, deep work or general self-improvement. The book combines tactics with well-researched examples. This combination provides a clear introduction to some interesting learning techniques without feeling like a