We looked inside some of the tweets by @jmreagle and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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*Hacking Life's* first review via *Publisher's Weekly*: "Readers seeking to understand this 'individualistic, rational, experimental, systematizing' -- and increasingly influential -- mindset will enjoy this lively, well-written take." #lifehacking @mitpress
I've spent too much time being anxious about #COVID19 COVID-19 (R0=1-2; CFR=1%), the latest Trump depredations, and upcoming elections -- a recipe for a truly dystopic turn. I tell myself that's my pessimism showing. Then I see something like this and freak out again. https://twitter.com/thedailybeast/status/1230829638194167809
Elizabeth Warren is channeling an inner fury that only comes from grading papers that have no thesis statement.
has them all: laws of Metcalfe, Moore, Dunbar; principles of Dilbert, Pareto, KISS: “Laws, theories, principles and patterns that developers will find useful. #hackerlaws” https://github.com/dwmkerr/hacker-laws #lifehack
with the amount of sniffling and coughing during today's exam, I'm grading with a bottle of sanitizer at hand
Wikipedia retrospective: “Wikipedia is the last best place on the internet” https://www.wired.com/story/wikipedia-online-encyclopedia-best-place-internet/ #wikipedia
Quick retrospective interview about Tricia Young's 1999 article in *Dance Research* about goth: “Goth won't die, but it wants a funeral anyway” https://daily.jstor.org/goth-wont-die-but-it-wants-a-funeral-anyway/ #goth #subculture #pop
“Part II: Usenet -: Let's return to public spaces” https://october.substack.com/p/part-ii-usenet-a-genuinely-public #disappointed
“Did the early internet activists blow it?” https://slate.com/technology/2020/02/three-decades-internet-freedom-activism.html #disappointed #naive
My conversation with @jmreagle of @NU_CAMD about his recent book Hacking Life: Systematized Living and Its Discontents (@mitpress) https://twitter.com/dancohen/status/1227278634429403136
trying to do "constructive tech criticism" of @smwat
and building on work of @DALupton, @phoebemoore, @mattthomas, @melgregg
following hacker scholars including @witchcitydad
With #lifehacking book from @mitpress now out in paperback, a book talk screencast.
less needles sounds good, but robot needles looks scary: “Blood-drawing robot is supposedly more accurate than humans” https://www.engadget.com/2020/02/10/blood-drawing-robot-more-accurate-than-humans/ #scary #tech
. @OmniCalculator has 50 calculators for every day stuff
Last year I wrote about #lifehackers applying the stopping problem to dating, they have a calculator for that: https://www.omnicalculator.com/other/dating-theory
Polish startup trying to "make decisions more rational, one calculation at a time"; calculators for finding love, boiling an egg, rendinting or buying: “About us” https://www.omnicalculator.com/about-us #lifehack
The effort to keep Wikipedia's health & medical articles free from dangerous pseudoscience extends well beyond the Coronavirus and is supported by activists from @WikiProjectMed like @ShaniEvenstein that has trained generations of doctors to edit WP https://www.wired.co.uk/article/wikipedia-coronavirus